Field Guide to the Outer Banks Print
The Outer Banks are a 200 mile stretch of barrier islands separating the south-eastern Virginian and North Carolina coast from the Atlantic ocean. European settlers arrived to the islands as early as the 1500s, though the land had been settled as long as a thousand years earlier by the Algonquin, Chowanog, and Poteskeet tribes.
A hand-illustrated letterpress chart detailing flora and fauna native to the Outer Banks, a 200 mile stretch of barrier islands separating the south-eastern Virginian and North Carolina coast from the Atlantic ocean. This guide features wildlife including cobia, bay scallop, and leatherback sea turtle.
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- Letterpress printed in black ink on high quality off-white cotton paper
- 11x17" ready to frame size (frame not included)
- Individual prints ship rolled in a sturdy shipping tube
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