Fiona Reid Original Bat Artwork Auction

Special opportunity to own this original artwork, “Nectar-feeding Bats.”

1/16/17 Update: SOLD!

The original color illustration used for Plate 11 in “A Field Guide to the Mammals of Central America and Southeast Mexico” by Fiona A. Reid (Oxford University Press 1997, second ed. 2009).  Fiona has painted more species of bats direct from life than anyone else, and she has illustrated numerous books on bats and other mammals. She kindly donated this original art to support Merlin Tuttle’s Bat Conservation.

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