White Breasted Nuthatch Prints
We know the White-breasted Nuthatch is approaching the feeder when we hear its familiar low 'yank-yank' sound. With its short legs and long toes, it creeps head first down the lilac branches to the suet feeder. Its long slender bill allows the nuthatch to forage for insects and larvae in the tree bark.
Our prints are double matted with acid free 100% rag mat. The outer mat on each is pearl gray with a complementary inner mat for each bird. Frames are mahogany finish 3/4" wood.
: 9" X 12" acid-free paper
Framed (and Matted):