Steller's Jay on Driftwood, 1927
A common bird of western forests. Steller's Jay is most numerous in dense woods of the mountains and the northwest coast, where its dark colors blend in well in the shadows. Except when nesting, it lives in flocks, and the birds will often fly across a clearing one at a time, in single file, giving their low shook-shook calls as they swoop up to perch in a tall pine.
- Body: Myrtlewood
- Head, eyes and bill: Walnut
- Natural driftwood base
Approx. Dimensions: 15"h x 8.5"w x 8.5"d
Made in California