Cerulean Warblers & White Oaks

  • Hand-stitched, hand-dyed cotton, applique, beads
  • 20 x 15 in
  • $2,700.00
  • Cynthia Quinn

Cerulean warblers are a “state threatened” species. They survive in White Oak, Hickory and Maple forest types. The White Oak tree provides a high degree of insects that sustain these warblers, nesting high up in the forest canopy.

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