MacGillivray’s Warbler on Chokecherry
Giclée reproduction aprox. 11" x 14" $68
© 2005 Heather Dieter Bartmann
Mountains and foothills yield delightful surprises of color, shape and species. The patient viewer will find young birds in lovely though often overlooked surroundings. A young MacGillivray’s Warbler works its way through the underbrush near a small creek. The Chokecherry leaves have been well notched by Leafcutting Bees. Grasses and Sticky Geranium have gone to seed though an occasional bloom can still be found. Late summer is a time of plenty before the tests of migration and winter.