Description Eurasian Nuthatch . Sitta europaeaFrom an original watercolor of wildlife artist Daniela Hartl-Heisan. Size of the original artwork: 12' x 12'It is a resident bird of deciduous woods and parkland, with some old trees for nesting. It feeds on insects, seeds and nuts. Its old name nut-hack derives from its habit of wedging a nut in a crevice in a tree, and then hacking at it with its strong bill. It has the ability to climb down trees. This is a noisy bird, often located by its repeated tui-tui-tui call.
Daniela Hartl-Heisan, Vienna Member Since May 2008 Artist Statement Daniela lives and works in Vienna, Austria as a professional Wildlife and Ex Libris - Bookplate artist. Specialized on birds and wildlife, Daniela mainly works in watercolor, graphite and pen & ink. As well as for her Wildlife art she is also recognized for her beautiful Ex Libris - Bookplate art.
Conservation is of major importance for her and with her art she regularly supports conservation projects through her Owlstudio Wolf Project.
For more information on Daniela and her art, please visit her Owlstudio online at www.owlstudio.at
For Daniela's Ex Libris Art visit her Exlibrisstudio online at www.exlibrisstudio.com