Birdorable.com was launched one year ago this week. In this first year the number of cute Birdorable birds has grown to 90 species and we now have over 200 different designs! The first bird we made was the Cardinal and the last one we added was the Zebra Finch a couple of weeks ago. A lot of the birds we have added throughout 2007 were requested by our customers. In 2008 we plan to expand the Birdorable family of cute birds even more, so if you have a favorite species that you would like to see cutified as a Birdorable then please don't hesitate to contact us. We love birds, we are active birders and we love working on Birdorable. We'd like to thank everyone who has contacted us in our first year and look forward to another successful year here at Birdorable.com Amy & Arthur
Blog Archive: January 2008
Valentine's Day is around the corner. Are you looking for something special for your bird-loving lover? Check out these more than twenty love-related Birdorable designs.
Above left: A huge crowd of totally cute Birdorable parrots and parakeets flock together to make up the heart in this original design. Macaws, Conures, Cockatiels and Cockatoos join the flock too! An original design that would make a perfect gift for any parrot lover! Above right: A cute Herring Gull is the centerpiece of this design. Surrounding the seagull are circles of hearts, blue fish, and stars. What does it mean? Who knows - it's totally cute and that's all that matters! A Birdorable exclusive cute bird design. For more great Birdorable love designs check out the "I Love" products page.
Zebra Finches are common finches that live all over Australia. They have also been introduced and live wild in Portugal and the United States. Males are beautifully marked with bright orange beaks and orange cheeks. Zebra Finches are known for their enthusiastic and creative singing and are widely kept as pets. This is our totally cute Birdorable version of the beautiful Zebra Finch, our 90th species to be cutified as a Birdorable:
The Zebra Finch is available in several new Birdorable designs:
Today, 5 January 2008, is National Bird Day. The Animal Protection Institute (API) and the Avian Welfare Coalition (AWC) calls on activists around the U.S. to take action on behalf of captive birds by drawing attention to the exploitation of other countries' native birds by the U.S. pet industry on National Bird Day. For more information see www.nationalbirdday.com.