Old Digiscopers Never Die Funny Coffee Mug

More Funny Old Digiscopers Gift Ideas

Old Digiscopers Never Die T-Shirt – Did you know that old digiscopers never die? Reaching the end just means the focus starts to go. Digiscoping is taking photographs using a spotting scope... View on Zazzle
Old Digiscopers Never Die Large Tote Bag – Did you know that old digiscopers never die? Reaching the end just means the focus starts to go. Digiscoping is taking photographs using a spotting scope... View on Zazzle
Old Digiscopers Never Die – Did you know that old digiscopers never die? Reaching the end just means the focus starts to go. Digiscoping is taking photographs using a spotting scope... View on Zazzle
Old Digiscopers Metal Ornament – This funny birdwatching-themed design reads Old digiscopers never die they just lose their focus. Digiscopers take photos of birds using their spotting scope and a digital... View on Zazzle

Funny Jack-o-Lantern Bird Lover Spooky Face with Swift Orange Halloween T-Shirt

This design features the classic cut-out triangle eyes and nose of a carved Halloween pumpkin. The eyes and nose seem familiar, but there's something interesting going on with the pumpkin face's mouth -- it's a silhouette of a swift-type bird! This fun bird/jackolantern mashup design for Halloween is...

T-Shirt Tuesday: Anthophile

The definition of anthophile is a person or thing that is attracted to flowers. It might also refer to an organism that feeds on flowers or their parts. That sounds like some birds that I know -- hummingbirds! Hummies love flower nectar so it makes sense to call these little jewels anthophiles.

Extinction Is Forever Tote Bag

Today is Earth Day. Let's remember the other beings who share our planet. We're the stewards, and we have to do better. Earth Day every day. Reduce your impact, and spread the message. Using this reusable tote bag is a great way to do both. Spread a message of...

Get Ready for Fall Birding: Hoodies & Sweatshirts for Birders

Fall migration! What a great time to be out in the field. The weather's turning cooler, and birds are on the move. Local breeders are heading south, and birds that spend the summer further north are heading back down to their over-wintering spots. As the birds change, so...