10′ x 5′
Overwintering birds often form multi-species feeding flocks to better find food and for better protection against predators. They are stronger, together. The birds, from left to right are a Tufted Titmouse, White-throated Sparrow, Carolina Wren, Downy Woodpecker, Northern Cardinal, and Golden-crowned Kinglet.
Lucinda Rowe is wildlife artist and avid birder in Roanoke, VA. She specializes in delicately detailed watercolor illustrations of the regional flora and fauna. She hopes that her art will inspire others to explore the outdoors to see what new birds, strange fungi, or hidden flowers are waiting to be seen and heard. You can find her online at LucindaRoweArt.com and @LRoweArt.