Marsh Wren with Open Beak on Metal Stand
MARSH WREN WITH OPEN BEAK ON METAL STAND
The trill of the Marsh Wren, a small brown bird with black and white streaking and a bold white eye stripe, is often heard throughout the tall reeds and cattails of the marshlands. The male builds several globe-shaped nests with side doors. The female selects one and adds a lining of feathers and shredded plants.
All of our life-sized birds are hand-carved from basswood (a very carvable wood that does not split and takes paint well), hand-feathered to show detail and painted with acrylic paint. The eyes are glass and the feet are metal. The bird is mounted on a rust-colored metal stand with metal leaves and the base of the stand is wood. The carving has an overall height of 7.5 inches and the bird itself is 4.5 inches from beak to tail and 3 inches high.
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