In Honor of the Winged Nation
2½”H; 4”W ; $110
This darling bird is the smallest of our woodpeckers. Blending into the light and shadows of the trees makes him very hard to spot.
4”H; 4 ¼”W ; $250
This spectacular bird is the largest of our woodpeckers. He is always a delight to see whenever we are blessed with his presence.
4”H; 4 ½”W ; $250
This red-eyed towhee is common in our area. His bold colors makes him easily identifiable but hard to spot in the brush.
3 ¼”H; 7 ¼”W; $275
One of my totems is a golden Eagle. I wanted to do a special tribute to this favored raptor. To me, this basket represents more of the spiritual qualities of the bird rather than a visual representation.
Great Blue Heron
3 ¾”H; 4”W; $225
The juvenile Great Blue has an eye catching stripe of black and white up its long neck. This is offset by its pearly gray back and wings.
4 ¾”W; 4”W; $250
The California Quail’s complex patterning keeps this darling bird well camouflaged.
3 ¾”H; 4 ¾”W; $250
This basket takes its colors and patterns from the Northern Flicker, a large bird with distinctive plumage. The top of his gray head is red with a red mustache. He has a black bib with black polka dots on his white chest. A few years ago, a Flicker demanded my attention by loudly and repeatedly rapping on my gutter every dawn for a number of days. Even so, I am very fond of this flashy bird.
3 ¾”H; 5”W; $250
When my husband and I go to Klamath to go birding, I’m always on the lookout for this handsome duck. I love his striking red head, his light blue bill, his black chest and black and white mottled back.