In Honor of the Winged Nation
½” 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 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
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.
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.
3 ¾”H; 5”W; $250
This basket takes its colors and patterns from the amusing bird with the large head that hangs around water waiting for fish. Spotting one, his dive is swift and sure. My representation is of the female of the species as she is the one with the rusty colored belt that bands her chest.
3 ¾”H; 4 ¾”W SOLD
I became hooked on birding the first time I saw this elegant bird at the Klamath Wildlife refuge. I couldn’t believe its beautiful coral colored head or its exotic shape.
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.
3 ½”H; 5”W; $250
This colorful basket takes its colors and patterns from the beautiful woodpecker that inhabits the oak hills. The Lewis’ Woodpecker has a rosy pink breast with a white neck speckled with black. It has a red face and iridescent dark wings and head.
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.