Ten small blank notecards and white envelopes in an acetate-topped decorative box with text about the artist or artwork.
"In the twenties, the Trumpeter's swan song was heard across the land; civilization had driven him to the verge of extinction. But he made a comeback by going into isolation in the wilderness fastnesses of the Northwest. Now he nests safely on a remodeled beaver lodge in Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, Montana. But his great size and beauty are still a temptation to marksmen eager to prove their skill on anything that moves, the bigger the better." - Charley Harper