Jennifer MaHarry's powerful photograph of a wild American kestrel is individually printed with archival inks on handmade paper and embellished with a line from her favorite Emily Dickinson poem. MaHarry says, "The American kestrel is the smallest of falcons, no bigger than a dove, yet fierce as any eagle. Flying upward, its outstretched wings evoked a feeling of sheer freedom and grace." A portion of proceeds benefit animal welfare and environmental groups. Unframed. USA. Exclusive. 33" x 49".