Virginia Elena Patrone

I quaderni del parco di San Pietro in Silki

Here the booklet I made for the Onus Regina Margherita of Sassari – Sardegna about the wild herbs of their park. / Qui i

Forever Extinct/ Second series – #2 The Fernandina Giant Tortoise (Chelonoidis phantasticus)

She is back! The Fernandina Giant Tortoise has been see the last time in 1906 and it was believed to be extinct untill 2017, w

Forever Extinct #9 / Second Series – The Desert Rain Frog

  This very small amphibious, Breviceo macrops – lives in the narrow strip of sandy shores between the sea and the

Forever Extinct #8 – Carolina Parakeet

The only native parrot of North America, the Carolina Parakeet (Conuropsis carolinensis) was the only species native to the ea

Forever Extinct #7 _ Chinese Pangoline

Forever Extinct #7 – Chinese Pangolin (Manis pentadactyla) The pangolin, often mistaken for a reptile, is actually a scaly-s

Forever Extinct #6 White-headed Duck

As I was doing my researches to find new endangered species for my illustration series, I came across to this beautiful duck:

Forever Extinct #5 – African Black Rhino

Forever Extinct #5 – African Black Rhino (Dicero bicornis). The African Black Rhino’s story can gives us some hope, no

Forever Extinct #3 – Ring-Tailed Lemur

An endangered species from Madagascar is our star of today’s illustration. This is a Ring Tailed Lemur (Lemur catta), an

Forever Extinct #2 Atlantic Puffin

The animal of today’s illustration is not extinct yet, but it can become it soon. This is the Atlantic Puffin (Fratercul

Forever Extinct #1 – A new illustration project – Kauaʻi ʻōʻō

  (testo in italiano a seguire) Dear all readers and friends,   I am starting a new illustrations project today, it