| Lee Jayred has studied birds since he was seven years old. In 1974
he left his career as vice president and general manager of a pharmaceutical
company in San Francisco, and turned to wildlife art full-time.
As a falconer, Jayred had gained an especially close association with birds of prey, but he also specializes in backyard species and shorebirds. His drawings have been featured on the cover of the California Hawking Club Journal and Southwest 4rt and he has had articles in various publications including Southwest Art and Wildlife Art News. His studio is located in Palo Cedro, California
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