Waterfowl Line Art & Full Color Illustration

Highly detailed B&W line art and color waterfowl fine art prints made from original drawings

illustrations of various species of waterfowl

Accurate drawings of various species of waterfowl; puffin, coots, geese, loons, terns, swans and other birds that live in and around the water. All illustrations are hand drawn and expertly rendered. Most illustrations are available in both line art and full color. High quality prints made on acid-free archival paper are available of all drawings in the gallery. If you do not see the waterfowl bird you're looking for please contact the artist to make a suggestion. Custom illustrations of specific animals can be ordered as well. For more information and pricing please call 1 (800) 913-7906 or send an email to the artist

The wildlife drawings are also available for stock art illustration.

American Coot pen and ink illustration
American Coot Art Illustration
Atlantic Puffin pen and ink illustration
Atlantic Puffin Art Illustration
Black Swan fine art illustration
Black Swan Art Illustration
Black-Necked Swan pen and ink illustration
Black-Necked Swan Art Illustration
Canada Geese (standing) pen and ink illustration
Canada Geese (standing) Art Illustration
Canadian Geese in Flight fine art illustration
Canadian Geese Art Illustration
Fine art print of a Common Murre fine art illustration
Common Murre Art Illustration
Common Loon pen and ink illustration
Common Loon Art Illustration
Elegant Tern pen and ink illustration
Elegant Tern Art Illustration
Flightless Cormorant fine art illustration
Flightless Cormorant Art Illustration
Green-Winged Teal fine art illustration
Green-Winged Teal Art Illustration
Hawaiian Goose fine art illustration
Hawaiian Goose Art Illustration
Horned Puffins fine art illustration
Horned Puffins Art Illustration
Mute Swan fine art illustration
Mute Swan Art Illustration
Pelagic Cormorant fine art illustration
Pelagic Cormorant Art Illustration
Pied-Billed Grebe fine art illustration
Pied-Billed Grebe Art Illustration
Snow Goose fine art illustration
Snow Goose Art Illustration
Trumpeter Swan fine art illustration
Trumpeter Swan Art Illustration
Tutfed Puffin fine art illustration
Tutfed Puffin Art Illustration
Tundra Swan fine art illustration
Tundra Swan Art Illustration
Western Grebe fine art illustration
Western Grebe Art Illustration
White Pelican fine art illustration
White Pelican Art Illustration
Whooper Swan fine art illustration
Whooper Swan Art Illustration

Artist's notes:

northern pintail duck fine art illustration

The birds that compromise the group waterfowl are amazing. From the grebes and geese to the puffins and penguins, this is an astonishingly diverse family. Some of these bird illustrations were commissioned for Laura Erickson's book 101 Ways to Help Birds . But otherwise, most of these images were created simply because I love birds and the endearing ones that seem more attached to the water than to the air. In some cases, like the penguin, they have completely forsaken the air and call the land and water their home. I try to add a duck or geese, or other waterfowl bird every few weeks.

Information about Waterfowl:

Waterfowl are birds that, as the name implies, spend much of their time in and around water. These birds normally live near water such as ponds, lakes, coastal areas, streams or marshes. They move with the seasons flying south in the winter and north in the summer. Many species are from the order Anseriformes, which has several members of the family Anatidae, such as includes ducks, geese, and swans. Many of these birds are hunted for sport, and are called "wildfowl." There often is an uneasy alliance between environmentalist who wish to preserve and protect the species and the people who enjoying hunt birds for sport. Oftentimes, the two groups are able to work together to preserve land where these birds inhabit that might otherwise be developed. The smallest waterfowl on earth is the Cotton Pygmy Goose and the largest the swan. Most waterfowl will migrate across the continent along four major routes - the Atlantic, Mississippi, Central and Pacific Flyways.