A 12 1/4" x 16 1/4" giclee print of an original Prismacolor drawing of a crow and plastic easter egg on a map of central Washington. The map includes Chelan, Entiat, and Mansfield, among others.
This is a story from my time at Holden Village. We had hidden the Easter Eggs (mostly plastic) for the kids and then went to breakfast. We came back out for the hunt and the crows had gotten to them first! They had found many of our hidden eggs, and were flying them into the trees and dropping them so they'd crack open and reveal the treasures inside. The crows were eating up the chocolate and when it was something shiny they were flying them around and putting them in hiding places.