Red-shouldered Hawk Portrait Gifts

This is a detailed portrait of Red-shouldered Hawk. The featured bird is an adult in fine plumage. This wild bird was hunting from a perch at the time the photo was taken in central Florida, where Red-shoudered Hawks are the most abundant diurnal bird of prey.

Red-shouldered Hawk Portrait iPad Smart Cover – This is a close-up portrait of a wild adult Red-shouldered Hawk. These birds are often loud and obnoxious, but this particular bird was hunting from a... View on Zazzle
Red-shouldered Hawk Portrait Gift Box – This is a close-up portrait of a wild adult Red-shouldered Hawk. These birds are often loud and obnoxious, but this particular bird was hunting from a... View on Zazzle
Red-shouldered Hawk Portrait Metal Ornament – This is a close-up portrait of a wild adult Red-shouldered Hawk. These birds are often loud and obnoxious, but this particular bird was hunting from a... View on Zazzle

T-Shirt Tuesday: Birder 1, 2, 3

We like what we do,and we are not nerds!We like to go outand search for new birds.Birding is fun!Birding is great!We love to go birdingwith our best birding mates!

How Do You Feel About Squirrels?

If you love feeding your yard birds, you might be among the legions of nature-lovers that has a complicated relationship with squirrels. You love your wildlife, sure, but those greedy squirrels can really be something else!This is a simple design that doesn't beat around the bush...

Birders Gonna Bird Meme T-Shirt

Do your thing. Birders gonna bird. This is a funny spoof design inspired by the viral Haters Gonna Hate internet meme. The bold text is accompanied by a silhouette of a birder holding a pair of binoculars with spectacular swagger.

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

Can you believe it's been over 10 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. That doesn't mean that the Ivory-billed Woodpecker is still a Bird I'd Like to Find.