Festival Tee shirts and caps available for pre-order with registration!
Our flying GCWA artist - who graciously permits FRIENDS non-exclusive right to use.
Nacra Moore-Craig Born in Texas, Narca Moore-Craig now lives in Arizona’s Chiricahua Mountains. Her primary focus for 30 years has been wildlife art, particularly birds, rendered mainly in watercolor, acrylics or pen & ink, but also glazed onto tiles, carved into wood –– and any other medium necessary! Books containing her award-winning art include A Birder’s Guide to the Rio Grande Valley, The Travails of Two Woodpeckers: Ivory-bills and Imperials, and A Natural History of the Sonoran Desert. Horsefeathers, her contribution to New Mexico's Trail of the Painted Ponies, was stabled in the rotunda of the Arizona State Capitol and in the Albuquerque airport, before finding a permanent home in Waco, Texas.
Narca’s passion for seeking out and portraying birds of the remote wilderness is well-known to those who’ve joined her tours over the past 25 years, on six continents, including five voyages to Antarctica. (A new tour offering through WINGS is a field sketching workshop in the Chiricahuas!) She is a past president of Western Field Ornithologists and currently a member of the Arizona Bird Committee.