T-Shirt Tuesday: Kokopelli

More Fun Kokopelli Birder Gift Ideas

Kokopelli Birdwatcher Racerback Tank Top Racerback Tank Top – Women's Racerback Tank Top 100% cotton jersey Standard fit Machine wash cold, tumble dry low View on CafePress
Kokopelli Birdwatcher Dark T-Shirt Men's Value T-Shirt – Kokopelli, the Native American fertility deity, is known as a fun-loving flute connoisseur. But did you also know he is an avid birdwatcher? This is a... View on CafePress
Kokopelli Birdwatcher Baseball Jersey Men's Baseball Shirt – Kokopelli, the Native American fertility deity, is known as a fun-loving flute connoisseur. But did you also know he is an avid birdwatcher? This is a... View on CafePress
Kokopelli Birdwatcher Large Mug 15 oz Ceramic Large Mug – Kokopelli, the Native American fertility deity, is known as a fun-loving flute connoisseur. But did you also know he is an avid birdwatcher? This is a... View on CafePress

T-Shirt Tuesday: Birding Flu

This week's highlighted shirt might make your friends look twice. Swine flu has been in the news lately, but bird flu was a bigger concern in recent years. This t-shirt design reads I've Got a Bad Case of Birding Flu. If you take care, it just might be...

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.

Unique Novelty Socks For Bird Lovers

Do you have any bird-themed socks? If the answer is no, that's got to change, and it's easy! Check out these fun novelty bird lover socks that feature bold images of a male Northern Cardinal, a Blue Jay, a Barn Owl, an American Robin, and others. These socks...

Love Sandhill Crane Car Window Decal

Share your love of cranes with this fun window decal for your car or home.  The decal reads "LOVE" in the style of the famous pop art work by Robert Indiana. First designed for the Museum of Modern Art Christmas card in 1965, the image soon became used...