Blog Archive: February 2010

Birdorable Adelie Penguin

Baby Birdorable: Adelie Penguin

February 26th, 2010 in Penguins, Baby Birds 4 comments

With very few exceptions, our Birdorable cute bird illustrations are of adult plumage birds. If you think they're cute as adults, what about when they are babies? Here are some baby photos (shared via Flickr) of the Adelie Penguin.

Adelie Chick
Adelie Chick by armadillow54
Adelie Penguin Chicks
Adelie Penguin Chicks by robnunn
Adelie and Chick
Adelie and Chick by Devil.Bunny
Hi folks
Hi folks by mgsbird

Pretty cute, right? Be sure to check out our (adult) Birdorable Adelie Penguin gear!

Birdorable Magnolia Warbler

Warbler coloring fun!

February 24th, 2010 in Warblers, Coloring Pages 6 comments

Birdorable fan Ashira recently asked us for a 'blank' warbler coloring page, so she could color in different species. She shared her Bay-breasted Warbler and Magnolia Warbler coloring pages with us. Don't they look great?

You can see all of our warblers here: Birdorable warblers. If you've colored in any of our Birdorable coloring pages, we'd love to see what you've done! Thank you for sending these to us, Ashira!

Birdorable Great Blue Heron

New Coloring Pages: Great Blue Heron / Grey Heron and Hyacinth Macaw

We have two new Birdorable coloring pages for anyone who loves to color! They are: the Great Blue Heron (which can also be colored as a Grey Heron) and the endangered Hyacinth Macaw, a beautiful parrot from central South America. Go to Coloring Pages to download these two new PDFs and check the Meet the Birds page to check the colors.

Birdorable Herron and Macaw Coloring Pages

These downloads will be available until 31 March 2010. Check here for more coloring pages. Subscribe to the Birdorable Blog by RSS feed or by email to get notified when new downloads like this are added.

Birdorable Harpy Eagle

T-Shirt Tuesday: Who are you calling Harpy?

February 23rd, 2010 in Eagles, T-Shirt Tuesday No comments

Today's featured t-shirt is this funny Who are you calling Harpy? design with our Birdorable Harpy Eagle. A Harpy is a mythological Greek winged spirit known for stealing food. The Harpy Eagle is named for this mythological animal, but the word harpy is also used to describe a predatory person, or more commonly, a shrewish woman. Most women would probably not like to be called a Harpy, but fans of the amazing crested bird of prey probably don't mind. Our cute Birdorable Harpy Eagle stands here with the funny phrase "Who are you calling Harpy?"