The investigation focused on the conversions of flow structures with a change in angle of attack (AOA) for a flexible cantilever wing, which experienced a self-excited vibration. Stereoscopic particle imaging velocimetry (Stereo-PIV) was utilized to measure the velocity field in the wing-tip region as AOA varied from 0 deg to 12 deg. At the Reynolds number (Re) of 3 × 10 4 , instability waves shedding from the wing were amplified as they propagated and developed into Karman Vortex Street in the far downstream region at low AOAs (AOA = 4 deg and 6 deg). As AOA increased to 8 deg with the wing model was still steady, the Karman Vortex Street no longer existed. The wing started to vibrate at AOA = 10 deg owing to the self-excited vibration, and the Karman Vortex Street appeared again. The inception location of the Karman Vortex Street moved further upstream than in the cases at AOA = 4 deg and 6 deg. A new vortex structure, secondary vortex-pairs, appears outside the main wing-tip vortex (WTV).