White-Breasted Nuthatches Mini Journal
Our spiral bound mini journals measure 3.5″ wide x 5″ tall. The paper and cover is environmentally safe 100% post-consumer recycled, with lines on one side of each page. There’s a story inside the cover that relates to the artwork on the front.
Made in the USA
This short, stocky bird, largest of North American nuthatches, is a permanent resident throughout the eastern and western U.S. The white-breasted nuthatch spends most of its life in large deciduous forests, moving over the bark of tree trunks and main branches in a series of short, jerky hops.
Nuthatches always seem to be upside down. From this position they may find food in bark crevices overlooked by “up-the-trunk” foragers. After descending a tree head-first, the nuthatch flies to the top of another tree and starts down.
Pairs of white-breasted nuthatches remain together in a feeding territory throughout the year. They nest high in large trees, often in natural cavities or woodpecker holes. They also may nest in bird boxes. These nuthatches have a whistled song, a series of 6-8 low notes each with a slightly rising inflection. They also have an unmistakable “yank-yank” nasal call note.
artwork and text by Steve Sierigk © 1986
|Dimensions||5.00 × 3.50 × 0.25 in|