A Montana water ouzel peers beneath the surface of a January creek, looking for the insects which it feeds on. These birds do not travel south in the winter, remaining along fast-moving, open stretches of water. They have been known to actually walk the bottom of a stream, completely submerged. This has amazing detail, much better than seen in the low resolution representation of it in a frame. It looks great at 12x12 in a brown frame with a black mat and narrow, creamy inner mat. Other options are available.