Eagle Freaks Know About Eagle Feaks

More Funny Eagle Feak Gift Ideas for Birders and Bird Lovers

Eagle Feak Grocery Bag – Do you know what an Eagle Feak is? True bird nerds and real eagle freaks should know! Feaking is the act of beak-cleaning, shown here with... View on Zazzle
Eagle Feak Trucker Hat – Do you know what an Eagle Feak is? True bird nerds and real eagle freaks should know! You can totally customize this gift! Move the design... View on Zazzle
Eagle Feak T-Shirt – Do you know what an Eagle Feak is? True bird nerds and real eagle freaks should know! You can totally customize this gift! Move the design... View on Zazzle
Eagle Feak T-Shirt – Do you know what an Eagle Feak is? True bird nerds and real eagle freaks should know! You can totally customize this gift! Move the design... View on Zazzle

I See Birds Funny Home Decor for Birdwatchers

This unique wooden box sign is a fun mashup of shabby chic country style and birdwatching obsession. Text on the sign reads I SEE BIRDS EVERYWHERE I GO but it's arranged in the style of an ophthalmologist's eye chart, so upon first glance the message is...

Birder & Video Gamer? Check out Alba, and Our Fun Spoof T-Shirt

Have you heard of Alba, the wildlife adventure game you can play online? Players use a guide book to identify birds and animals, and keep track of all they have observed. The focus is on both exploration and conservation. The game is currently available to play on...

Purple Martin Landlord Hat

Purple Martins are large swallows that live in the New World. These migrant birds winter in South America and breed across North America.  The species is known for its near-reliance on manmade structures for their nesting. This is especially true for Purple Martins that nest across eastern portions of...

T-Shirt Tuesday: Bird I'd Like To Find

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.