"The hummingbird was not playing with the gnatcatcher. He was trying to get him out of his tree, poking him full of holes. The gnatcatcher was mewing and squealing in protest, looping and careening through the branches before he finally quit the tree. The hummer buzzed back to his lookout branch with an angry twittering that sounded like a kingfisher on helium."
Julie Zickefoose is an accomplished artist, naturalist, writer, and songbird rehabilitator originally from East Haddam, Connecticut. She sketches birds and animals directly from life. Julie has contributed artwork and writing to Bird Watcher's Digest since 1986. She lives on a farm in Whipple, Ohio, with her husband Bill Thompson, III, and her two children.
A limited edition of 300 prints has been created in a horizontal format. The actual image size is 12" x 9.5", the matted size is 16" x 13.5", and the framed sized is approximately 18" x 15.5". Each print is signed and numbered by the artist. The full-color reproduction is printed on a neutral pH, acid-free paper.
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