BirdBreath is a fun collection of bird-related comics published 5 days a week over at birdbreath.com. The regular cast of characters includes feeder birds & other wild birds as well as pet birds and the cartoons are cute and witty and worth checking out.
ABOUT ME - My name is Amy and I'm a birder living in central Florida. On this blog I post book and birding product reviews as well as birder gift ideas and announcements related to my birder gift shop on this site. I also have a personal birding blog called Powered By Birds.
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Archive: April, 2009
This week’s highlighted bird-themed shirt looks like a construction sign you’d see on the highway. In this case, though, the orange diamond reads Birder at Work and has a silhouetted image of a birder looking through a scope. Here shown on the unisex Dark T-Shirt in brown. Looks great on the tote too!
This week I’d like to highlight a series of designs I added for state birders. We’ve got a medallion-like circular design featuring every state in the union. Each design has the state silhouette in deep red inside a muted brown and tan circle with sunburst background. There is a flock of fowl flying over the design and text reading State Birder for each state. Shown here: Illinois Birder (that’d be me); Minnesota Birder; and New Jersey Birder.