This funny cartoon design does not have a typo. An illustrated Bald Eagle bows down and appears to be moving its face. The image has the caption: EAGLE FEAK.
Feaking refers to the act of a bird cleaning its beak by rubbing it against a hard surface, such as on a branch or other perch. Birds typically do this after eating and sometimes after or during preening. The term is often used in falconry to describe the action taken by a bird of prey, but songbirds feak, too.
Find this funny eagle lover design on t-shirts like the one shown here.
If you're just a girl who loves birding, birds, bird watching, or other fun activities involving binoculars and the observation of birds, this cute graphic and typographic design is for you!
Delicate text reads "just a girl" above an icon of a pair of binoculars. Below the binoculars, all capital letters read "WHO LOVES".
A flying bird can be seen in the lenses of the binoculars, making the message mean "just a girl who loves birds" or "just a girl who loves birdwatching".
The black and white design looks great here on a heather grey unisex sweatshirt. The design is available on other apparel options from Amazon, as well as other gift items.
This fun birder themed design is also available via our Zazzle shop. You can see the full collection here: Just a Girl Who Loves Birding. Check out some options below. Zazzle products are easy to customize -- add your own text or images, pick a different color or style of product, or choose other custom options to make a unique gift for the birder in your life!
Urban Dictionary defines put out as the dispensation of sexual favors. Of course, that definition has nothing to do with this totally innocent retro-style design for back yard birders who enjoy putting out food for the birds.
The I Put Out For Birds graphic here features two young children placing seed out for friendly birds. Some birds fly up to the feeding platform, while one waits patiently on a stump while the little boy hands a treat to a squirrel.
This fun vintage graphic is paired with text written in an old-timey font. The text reads I PUT OUT FOR BIRDS, which, again, refers only to the putting out of food for the actual birds. No other putting out is going on here whatsoever.
Share your love of birdwatching with a patriotic theme with this American flag t-shirt. The design mashes up birding with patriotism by having a silhouette of binoculars placed on top of an American flag. The flag is distressed for a vintage look.
The flag with binoculars graphic is framed by bold text that reads AMERICAN BIRDER.
Shown here on a plain white t-shirt, this patriotic design that's great for Independence Day can also be found on a variety of other apparel style and color options from Amazon. See some examples below.
Can you believe it's been over 15 years since the Ivory-billed Woodpecker went from being "probably extinct" to "rediscovered"? The species made headlines back in April 2005 when experts from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology reported the discovery of at least one male Ivory-billed Woodpecker in the Big Woods of Arkansas. In the following years, expeditions were mounted and volunteers sought definitive proof... which was never produced.
In late 2021 and early 2022, the bird was in the headlines again... for the same reason. Still, difinitive proof is elusive, but there are still some that hold out hope that the Ivory-billed Woodpecker still lives in the wild.
This continuing saga makes this species a Bird I'd Like to Find.
This design uses John James Audubon's painting of Ivory-billed Woodpeckers along with the letters BILF in a red ribbon below. The caption explains the acronym: Bird I'd Like To Find. This is a fun spoof of the MILF meme. Remember that?
This Ivory-billed Woodpecker design is shown here on a women's organic t-shirt. You can also find this on a wide variety of other apparel styles, as well as gifts and novelties here: BILF. See some fun examples below.
This is an old-school illustration on a classic style white t-shirt. The image of Asian parrots is from a painting by Dutch bird artist J. G. Keulmans.
The vibrant painting is of a pair of Philippine Hanging Parrots. This species is also known as the colasisi, which is based on the local Tagalog name. This is a small species of parrot native to the Philippines, captured in beautiful color by the Dutch artist.
The illustration is shown here on a basic unisex cut t-shirt. If you'd like this on another style, there are over 100 different looks from which to choose. We also offer this unique reproduced painting on a variety of other gift items; see some examples below.