The Least Bell’s Vireo (Vireo bell pusillus) is drab, often hard to see, bird with a memorable song. It generally summers in California and winters in Mexico. It favors dense willow thickets and forest in southern California. It numbers once dwindled into the hundreds of pairs but thanks to habitat and cowbird management, the Least Bell’s vireo status is far improved over where it was in the 1990s. The Fred M. Roberts original is an 11 x 14 gouache painted in 2004. The art work is available as an 5 x 7print or a 4.25 x 5.5 inch note card. Inquire about other print sizes.

All prints are printed on archival fine arts paper and shipped with a foam board backing.