Part of a limited edition of 1500 prints, released in 1972.
Paper Size: 17"x17"
Image Size: 13"x14"
The sycamore tree cloaks itself in combat fatigues, but the camouflage doesn't fool the yellow-bellied sapsucker. Yes, that's his name - the yellow-bellied sapsucker. But what else could you call a bird with a yellow belly that drills a pegboard girdle around a tree trunk to sip the sap that wells therein and, incidentally, to ingest the insects that are attracted to the feast and stick around to be feasted upon. Sycamore is but one of the 277 flavors he favors.