Miscellaneous Items

Other items for sale:

Rob Palmer Photo of Bald Eagles
One available

As described by the Audubon Magazine, via archive.audubonmagazine:

Photographer: Rob Palmer
Species: Bald Eagle
Where: Farmington Bay, UT
Camera: Canon Mark III; Canon 500 mm lens with 1.4 teleconverter; 1/800@ f/6.3; ISO 400

Rob Palmer modestly chalks up his Grand Prize–winning shot (appearing on the January-February 2010 cover) to “being in the right place at the right time. I was photographing out my car window on a cold morning, and I was the only photographer there,” says the former biology teacher and current professional photographer. “I think this is a once-in-a-lifetime shot. I’d be very surprised if I ever get another one like it.”

$125.00 plus shipping and sales tax, if applicable


Dedication and signature by Rob Palmer

This dedicated and signed photograph of Bald Eagles, talons-to-talons in flight, was the Grand Prize winning photo in National Audubon's first ever photo awards. Dedicated to the chapter (see photo above) and signed, this is definitely a one of a kind photograph. The photograph measures 10 1/2 by 14 inches with about a 1/4 inch margin. Available elsewhere unsigned or dedicated, this print sells for $100.00, and is offered here for $125.00, plus sales tax and shipping, if applicable.


Peter Parnall - Peregrine Falcon on Eggs

This is one of the signed and numbered prints of Peter Parnall's colored sketch of a peregrine falcon on eggs, commissioned by the Cornell  Lab of Ornithology in 1975 and originally offered for $90.00. Number 295 of 1000, this print is signed by both the artist and D.A. Lancaster, director of the Cornell Lab in 1975. Lycoming Audubon offers this print for $129.99, plus state sales tax and shipping, if applicable. This item must either be picked up in person or shipped flat. The cover folio and the print, both pictured below, measure about  17 1/4 x 29 1/2 inches.

One available

Print of Parnall's Peregrine Falcon and Eggs
Signatures of Peter Parnall and D.A. Lancaster

Closeup of the head of the Peregrine Falcon

Cover folio for the Parnall print


John James Audubon Reprint
Canada Goose, Framed

This is a large format reprint of one of Audubon's "Birds of America", double matted and expertly framed at B&S Frames of Williamsport, PA. For sale for only $200.00, the framing alone is now worth more than that! It's like getting the reprint for free. The frame measures 21 inches by 28 inches, the image is about 12 1/4 inches by 19 inches.

One available

Closeup of goose's head


"Return to Penn's Woods"
Mark Anderson

Signed and numbered limited edition prints, these were the centerpiece artwork that helped fund the Peregrine Falcon reintroduction project by the chapter from 1993 through 1997. In all, the chapter funded, purchased, reared and released 21 falcons in downtown Williamsport, PA. Mark Anderson, a Pittsburgh area wildlife artist, donated all rights to the chapter to print and distribute this beautiful depiction of a peregrine near a cliff face overlooking a river. The print measures 20 1/2 by 27 1/2 inches with an image size of 16 1/2 by 23 1/2 inches. Originally selling for $80.00, the print is now offered for $45.00. The print will be shipped in a mailing tube or other arrangements can be made, just ask. All remaining prints have low numbers, with 1 through 99 and 131 through 169 available, and a specific number can be requested, subject to availability at the time of the order.

$45.00 plus sales tax and shipping, if applicable. 


John James Audubon

$125.00, plus $12.50 shipping & handling

Only one is available

This is a 1966 edition, two volumes in one book, by American Heritage and distributed by Crown Publishers. The Library of Congress number is 66-17926, ISBN is 0517 06736-6. There are no pages missing, torn or misfolded. Plate colors are very good. Check reputable used book sites for comparable pricing.

Dust cover, front. Note tears and wrinkles both top and bottom, has transparent tape on the inside top of the cover to repair tears. 

Hardcover, front. Note slight fading at top and bottom

Dust cover, rear. Note tear at bottom
Hardcover, bound outside edge. Fading less apparent. The binding is in very good condition with no separation or tearing.


Chapter Pin with back, metal and enamel, 7 colors
Pin is one inch in diameter


National Audubon Society pin, from several years ago, with back
Blue and white enamel on brass-colored metal, 3/4 inch diameter

Very limited quantity