This spritely little
bird, clad in brown-black with a white bib, is a lover of
dancing waters. We find it on the hurrying stream that rushes recklessly
from the hills. The spot that pleases the Dipper best is the waterfall.
plays in and out of the current, gathers water grubs, etc., and in the
builds its nest. The nest, a well-made domed structure of moss, grass
on, is usually under a ledge of the rocks, often where its moss is kept
from the fall.