P.O. Box 486, Hillsboro, NM 88042
575-895-5385 .............EMAIL: email@example.com
We specialize in selling
Wildlife Art and Natural Resource Books
Vintage and current books on science, natural history and wildlife biology, including books and scientific articles from
(These are listed under "Aldo's Attic" in the "bookstore" link at abebooks.com)
We are also interested in purchasing personal collections.
(click to view all 42 prints)
These prints were reproduced from the forty-two paintings created by Richard Sloan for the "Raptors of Arizona" book edited by Richard L.Glinski, published by the University of Arizona and Arizona Fish and Game Department. The original paintings are displayed at Arizona Fish and Game Headquarters in Phoenix Arizona. This edition was printed by PrismaGraphics in Phoenix AZ in 1998 for the Arizona Wildlife Federation. Each print (of the limited edition of 500, signed and numbered by the artist), is the only artist-authorized printing of this collection. Forty-two birds are featured: each of the 4-color lithographic prints is 13.5 X 18 inches image size, on 17 X 21.75 inches white archival stock. Hawks, vultures, condors, falcons, kites and owls are portrayed in their typical southwestern habitats. Each bird is identified by its common name. Prints may be purchased in complete sets or individually.
Prices: Framed (silver on wood or dark metal) - $250. Unframed: 1 print- $100; 2-9 prints - $90 each; 10 or more prints - $50 each. Flat shipping - $15 anywhere in continental USA
Aplomado Falcon by Richard Sloan
Richard Sloan's Raptors of Arizona Prints are also offered at
Wings over Willcox every January in Willcox AZ
We support the study and habitat protection of southwestern raptors through small individual grants and by our collaborative art print sales program to appropriate NGO's. A portion of our proceeds will be donated to these endeavors. (Please contact us for details.)
Where to find us:
We are in Hillsboro, New Mexico, 17 miles west of I-25 on State Highway 152 .
Take Exit 63 off I-25 (between Truth or Consequences and Las Cruces) to access Highway 152.
We can be reached at 575-895-5385, firstname.lastname@example.org or P.O.Box 486 Hillsboro, NM 88042.
Our location is at the gateway to the Aldo Leopold Wilderness. Leopold was a forester in New Mexico from 1909-1924.
His writings changed America's view of its wild heritage. His books "Wildlife Management" and "Sand County Almanac" have inspired generations of wildlife biologists and conservationists.
Our name "Aldo's Attic" honors his vision.
This web site was designed by Holzwarth Fine Art Photography 01/15/2008. Last updated 10/2014