The Wilson's Warbler is named for naturalist Alexander Wilson, who first described it as "a colorful, widespread, relatively well known Warbler of riparian, meadow, and humid forest thickets." Its range covers nearly the entire North American continent.
- Body: Myrtlewood, Maple and Lacewood
- Eyes and Bill: Walnut
- Natural driftwood base
Approx. Dimensions, including base: 3"h x 4"w x 4"d
Approx. Dimensions, bird only: tail-to-head, 4"
Made in California