Vulture Fine Art Print – Terry
Isn't Terry a handsome fellow? He has such a fun personality too! He only has one wing and is a permanent resident at Free to be Wild Sanctuary in Zimbabwe. The design in the background was inspired by local African fabrics. Read more about Terry below.
There are two types of signed prints available.
The Photographic Print has a luster finish which has a bit of a gloss to it, but not too much. This 8" x 10" high-quality silver halide print is on archival paper. This print is signed and is packaged in a plastic sleeve and sent with a sturdy backing.
The Archival Ink Giclee Print has a matte finish. This 8" x 10" archival ink print was professionally printed on Moab Lasal Photo Matte 230gsm. This print is signed and is packaged in an archival sleeve and sent with a sturdy archival backing.
10% of this sale goes back to Free To Be Wild Sanctuary to help provide all the love and care that Terry and his friends need. By purchasing my products you are not only supporting me to do more of this work helping animals, you are also supporting the sanctuary and Terry!
All copyright is retained by Melisa Beveridge. No reprinting of this image is permitted.
*******Terry is quite a presence. He is really big and walks around the volunteer yard like he owns the place. He is playful at times and loves to shred anything he can get ahold of so we often had our things hanging in the trees in hopes that he wouldn’t get them. He destroys everything, but he is so cute when he does it that you can’t really get mad at him. He is having so much fun! We had hours of entertainment just watching him. Terry was found in the Bubye Valley Conservancy with a broken wing. Two different veterinarians were consulted and they tried to strap the wing. After a few weeks it was not getting better and Terry was in a lot of pain. They decided the only option was to amputate and were unsure if he would survive the operation, but it was the only option left. He did survive and will always be a permanent resident at Free to be Wild. Lappet-faced vultures are endangered. They are often poisoned by carcasses they eat and are struggling in the wild. I never thought I would say that a vulture was lovable and handsome, but Terry proved me wrong.