T-Shirt Tuesday: For the Birds

We've just added some new designs based on the phrase for the birds, which means worthless or trivial. The term is used primarily by Americans and originated at the end of WWII. Of course, if you love birds or are a birdwatcher, being for the birds doesn't have the same negative connotation.

Hobby for the Birds Dark T-Shirt Men's Value T-Shirt – If you're a birder, your hobby is literally for the birds! For the birds is American slang meaning trivial or worthless. But if you're a birdwatcher,... View on CafePress
Weekends for the Birds Women's Favorite Tee Women's Favorite Tee – The Favorite Tee Crewneck 100% cotton Standard Fit Machine Wash Cold, Tumble Dry Low View on CafePress
Job for the Birds Sweatshirt Men's Crewneck Sweatshirt – If you are an ornithologist, naturalist, veterinarian or have another job where you work with our avian friends, your job is for the birds! This funny... View on CafePress

T-Shirt Tuesday: Pop Art Owl Face

This week's highlighted t-shirt is a colorful pop art inspired design. A stylized face of a Great Horned Owl is shown in different colors inside nine contrasting squares. Pop Art Owl Face looks great on dark or light apparel. The design is shown here on a plus size women's scoop neck shirt in black.

T-Shirt Tuesday: Licensed Bird Bander

This week's highlighted shirt was designed for bird banders. Licensed Bird Bander is done in the style of an official government seal, and reads "Federally Licensed Bird Bander." The design is shown here on a Long Sleeve T-Shirt.

T-Shirt Tuesday: Fattest Lifelist

You've heard the phrase "The one with the most toys wins" - meaning the person with the most stuff at the time he or she dies, 'wins'. This week's highlighted shirt is a play on this but reads instead The One with the Fattest Lifelist Wins. Many birders...

Bird Like a Girl

An "open mic" post on the ABA Blog made some waves in the online birding community today. The Field Glass Ceiling by Brooke McDonald discusses disparities among male and female birders in different parts of the birding community. The post is a must-read for all thoughtful...