Our "Hungry Heron On Branch" Metal Art Sculpture depicts a patient seabird waiting atop a lone branch, eagerly anticipating its next meal. The sculpture itself is constructed from brass, while it is mounted a marble base for display. Unlike the remotely related cranes and ibises, which fly with their heads extended straight forward, herons fly with their necks folded back on their shoulders. Their plumage is soft and drooping and, especially at breeding time, there may be long, showy plumes on the head, breast, and back. Herons are usually solitary feeders, patiently stalking their prey (small fish and other aquatic animals) in streams and marshes and then stabbing them with their sharp, serrated bills.
Measurements: 30.25"H x 9.5"W
Materials Used: Brass, Marble
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