Without Birding One Weak Funny Birdwatcher T-Shirt

Other "Without Birding One Weak" Birdwatcher Gear

Without Birding One Weak Notebook – This fun text design for birders reads "7 DAYS WITHOUT BIRDING MAKES ONE WEAK". The longer you go without birding, the weaker you get - it... View on Zazzle
Without Birding One Weak Trucker Hat – This fun text design for birders reads "7 DAYS WITHOUT BIRDING MAKES ONE WEAK". The longer you go without birding, the weaker you get - it... View on Zazzle
Without Birding One Weak T-Shirt – This fun text design for birders reads "7 DAYS WITHOUT BIRDING MAKES ONE WEAK". The longer you go without birding, the weaker you get - it... View on Zazzle
Without Birding One Weak Magnet – This fun text design for birders reads "7 DAYS WITHOUT BIRDING MAKES ONE WEAK". The longer you go without birding, the weaker you get - it... View on Zazzle

T-Shirt Tuesday: Audubon's Carolina Parakeets Top

The Carolina Parakeet was once the only native parrot once found in parts of the United States. The range covered the eastern states into the midwest and plains states. The Carolina Parakeet went extinct in 1918.

Winter is for Ducks! American Wigeons by Audubon Poster Print

For a lot of birders in the United States, winter is a great time to go looking for ducks. It's Weird Duck Time! Several duck species that breed in far northern parts of the continent head south for the winter, and can only be found when the temperature...

Patriotic for Indpendence Day: American Birder T-Shirt

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...

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.