White Breasted Nuthatch
The blue-gray White-breasted Nuthatch is named so due to its habit of smashing nuts and acorns into tree bark and poking them with its pointed bill to extract the seeds. It may be small, but its loud nasal call is hard to miss.
Photographer Paul Nelson followed the migratory patterns of North American birds to capture a one-of-a-kind glimpse of their natural and captivating movements as they take off for flight. Paul takes the photographs using a portable high-speed camera rig he specifically designed for this project. His portrayal of birds in their natural habitats without the distraction of complex backgrounds strikes a balance that is both beautiful and intimate.
Archival Giclée-Inkjet print on photo rag and paper.
Unframed: 30" x 24"
Framed: 31" x 25"