Saturday, August 27, 2011
VINS rehabilitate injured raptors to tiny hummers and I could view fledging cedar waxwings, bald eagles, and these Peregrine Falcons among many others. What a treat to see them so close, even with their crooked wing or blind eye. Their colors, elegance and beauty is unsurpassed.
the Art of Birding: shapes, colors, habitat and brushstrokes. While other birders create their life-list, I record the total image-a bird's landscape that I can paint on a lunch break or back in my studio. Some studies I sell and some studies become my life-list, in a journal with habitat notes