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Birds of a feather flock together! Give this card by Yellow Owl Workshop to your favorite person.
We are absolutely loving these brand new puzzles from Cavallini! This beautiful Cavallini puzzle is a must have for peaceful relaxation.
Match the male and female pairs of 25 species of birds from around the world in this beautifully illustrated memory game. To play, simply place the cards face down and see if you can remember where the matching bird is located.
This handmade leather-bound journal made by Cavallini & Co. is a perfect gift for the dedicated note-keeper in your life.
Inspired by the generation of explorers who relied on their binoculars to discover the unknown, Nocs are built for the modern explorer who carries on that spirit of exploration and curiosity.
Give your feathered friends a Maine-style bird house to call home! Made in Maine out of recycled birch and maple.
COMPLETELY REVISED AND UPDATED: From renowned birder, illustrator, and New York Times best selling author David Sibley, the most authoritative guide to the birds of the East, in a portable format that is perfect for the field.
A versatile, extremely soft, deep-pile 100% recycled polyester fleece vest with sleek styling; a tall, cozy collar; and handwarmer pockets. Fair Trade Certified sewn.
The Triple Kick platform sneaker is loved for its cushiony comfort and leg-elongating effect. With the addition of Rifle Paper Co.’s signature Strawberry Fields print embroidered along the bottoms and hints of golden shine, it’s even more covetable.
Recycle a 2-liter plastice soda bottle and turn it into a wild birdfeeder! Durable cast zinc adapter can be hung or mounted on a pole. Let's pass on a safer, cleaner planet to future generations!
This is the classic Audubon bird call! Twist this birchwood & metal instrument to produce sounds which attract a variety of wild songbirds. Comes with a capsule of resin which can be used occasionally to renew the calls voice.
Birds of many feathers flocked together, and illustrator Natasha Lawyer captured the blue jay's striking plumage for Tattly's Watercolor Feather.