Birdorable Common Pheasant and Ruby-throated Hummingbird Coloring Pages

Add a dash of color to your day with Birdorable's latest coloring pages. Introducing two new coloring pages that are sure to captivate and charm artists of all ages: the dainty Ruby-throated Hummingbird and the regal Common Pheasant. Whether you're a seasoned bird enthusiast or a budding artist, these coloring pages provide a perfect canvas to express your creativity.

The Ruby-throated Hummingbird, with its iridescent feathers and lightning-fast wings, is a jewel of nature. On the other hand, the Common Pheasant brings a touch of wild beauty with its striking colors and impressive size. Both birds are celebrated for their distinctive appearances and behaviors, making them fascinating subjects for your coloring adventure.

To embark on your artistic journey, simply visit our Coloring Pages section to download these two new PDFs. And for those who wish to stay true to nature's palette, the Meet the Birds page is your go-to resource to check the actual colors of these avian wonders. It's not only a fun activity but also an educational one, as you learn about the diverse colorations of our feathered friends.

Cute Hummingbird and Pheasant Gifts

Peacock Pizzazz: A Birdorable T-Shirt to Celebrate India's Avian Jewel

Embrace the splendor of India's avian royalty with Birdorable's vibrant new t-shirt design: Peafowl of India. This exquisite apparel captures the essence of one of the most magnificent birds to grace the Indian subcontinent—the peacock. Known for its dazzling plumage and striking eye-spots, the peacock is not just India's national bird; it's a symbol of grace, beauty, and all things regal.

Cute Birdorable Peafowl of India T-Shirt

The Peafowl of India design features the male's spectacular fan of iridescent feathers, which he proudly displays in a courtship ritual that is as enchanting as it is iconic. The female, with her more subdued earth tones, offers a contrast that is equally captivating, reflecting the diversity and depth of these splendid creatures.

Whether you're a bird lover, a fashion enthusiast, or someone who appreciates the finer details of wildlife, the Peafowl of India t-shirt from Birdorable is a must-have addition to your wardrobe. So why wait? Flaunt your feathers and let your style soar with this Birdorable exclusive!

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Barn Owl Trust's The Flyer Spotlights the Birdorable Barn Owl

We're thrilled to share that our adorable Birdorable Barn Owl has soared into the spotlight in the spring issue of The Flyer, the engaging publication crafted by the Barn Owl Trust specifically for its "junior" friends.

The Flyer is an informative and entertaining resource, known for bringing the world of the Barn Owl to life for its younger audience. Its spring issue was a treasure trove of knowledge, with fascinating Barn Owl facts that offer insight into the life of these silent nocturnal hunters, as well as owl jokes and poems. The Birdorable Barn Owl coloring page was on the back page of the leaflet.

You can learn more about the UK-based Barn Owl Trust here. Junior friends of the Trust are called Owlets and receive the Flyer, an ID badge, a Barn Owl pin badge, and other goodies for young owl-lovers.

T-Shirt Tuesday: Showcasing the Endangered Whooping Crane Family

Today's featured t-shirt showcases a family of one of our most recent additions to the Birdorable collection – the majestic Whooping Crane. Embrace the charm of the Whooping Crane family with this new Birdorable design! It captures a pair of adult Whooping Cranes, illustrated in our signature Birdorable style, as they care for their two babies. These young cranes are known as colts and are on their way to becoming the tallest birds in North America.

The Whooping Crane is an endangered species, making this shirt not just a fashion statement, but also a nod to the significant conservation efforts dedicated to preserving these magnificent birds. This t-shirt is perfect for bird lovers, conservationists, or anyone who appreciates the beauty and grace of these extraordinary birds. Wear it to spread awareness about the importance of protecting the Whooping Crane and to celebrate the love and care within the crane family.

Birdorable Whooping Crane family t-shirts

Birdorable Whooping Crane Family on a Dark T-Shirt

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Fly into Fashion with Birdorable's Australia Parrots & New Zealand Birds

Birdorable Australia and New Zealand T-Shirts

In the world of birds, color and charisma are not just features; they are an experience, an adventure into the vividness of nature. Birdorable captures this essence perfectly in these newest t-shirt designs, which are an absolute delight for bird lovers everywhere. Featuring a kaleidoscope of colors and characters, these shirts are a wearable tribute to the avian wonders of Australia and New Zealand.

First, let's take a flight to the land down under with our Australian Parrots design. Australia is known for its diverse and vibrant parrot species, and this Birdorable design brings them to life in the most charming way possible. From the playful Rainbow Lorikeet to the beautiful Galah, each bird is rendered in a whimsical, yet recognizable, style. Wearing this shirt is like carrying a piece of the Australian bush around with you, a constant reminder of the beauty and personality that these birds add to the natural landscape.

Next, we venture to the island nation of New Zealand with the New Zealand Birdorables design. New Zealand's birdlife is as unique as it is enchanting, with many species found nowhere else on Earth. The Birdorable design pays homage to this uniqueness, showcasing endearing renditions of the Kiwi, the Kakapo, and the Kea among others. This design is not just cute; it's a statement of the precious nature of New Zealand's birds and the need to cherish and protect them.

Whether you're an ardent birder or someone who simply loves the joy and color that birds bring into our lives, the "Australia Parrots" and "New Zealand Birdorables" t-shirt designs are must-haves. These Birdorable shirts are a celebration of the feathered inhabitants of these two great lands. So, spread your wings and wear your bird love proudly!

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The Bird with Many Names: Celebrating the Goffin's Cockatoo

Birdorable Goffin's Cockatoo

In the ornithological world, a name is more than just a label; it's a key to a species' history, characteristics, and sometimes, its quirks in taxonomy. The Goffin's Cockatoo, also known as Goffin's Corella or the Tanimbar Corella, is a perfect example of this, with a nomenclature as rich and engaging as its personality. Since joining the Birdorable family in August 2009, this striking white bird has captivated enthusiasts with both its beauty and its unique story.

Native to the Tanimbar Islands in Indonesia, the Goffin's Cockatoo boasts a pristine white plumage contrasted with subtle touches of salmon-pink and light yellow under its wings. A popular bird in aviculture since the 1970s, it's hard to believe that it was only formally recognized by science in the year 2004. This late scientific description is a nod to the complexity and ongoing discovery within the world of ornithology.

The bird's journey from discovery to formal description is a tale of mistaken identity worthy of a detective novel. Although the German naturalist Otto Finsch first observed the bird in the 1860s, it was a case of mistaken identity that led to confusion with the Solomons Cockatoo. It wasn't until much later that the Goffin's Cockatoo was correctly identified as its own distinct species. This bird's name pays homage to Finsch's Dutch friend, Andreas Leopold Goffin, adding a personal touch to its scientific legacy.

Regardless of the name you choose to call it, the Goffin's Cockatoo remains a beloved member of the bird community. Its playful nature, intelligence, and affectionate demeanor make it a favorite among bird lovers. The Birdorable version of the Goffin's Cockatoo captures its adorable essence, with a cartoon-like representation that highlights the bird's charming crest and inquisitive eyes.

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Upside-Down Charm: The 'N is for Nuthatch' Birdorable T-Shirt

This week, we're excited to spotlight a t-shirt design that's sure to capture the hearts of bird lovers and alphabet aficionados alike — our adorable "N is for Nuthatch" featuring the charming Red-breasted Nuthatch. Known for their acrobatic antics and ability to navigate tree trunks and branches with ease, often moving headfirst downward, the Red-breasted Nuthatch embodies the spirit of curiosity and exploration in the avian world. This Birdorable design celebrates not just a letter of the alphabet but the unique behaviors that make nuthatches a favorite among birdwatchers.

Perched whimsically upside-down on the letter "N," the Birdorable Red-breasted Nuthatch illustrates this bird's distinctive feeding and movement style. It's a playful nod to the natural world, blending the charm of birdwatching with the joy of learning, making it perfect for bird lovers of all ages.

Whether you're a seasoned birder, a parent looking to spark an interest in nature in your children, or simply someone who appreciates the cute and quirky side of wildlife, this t-shirt is a wonderful addition to your wardrobe. It's also an invitation to explore our other alphabet-themed designs, each featuring a different Birdorable bird that brings another letter to life in the most enchanting way, from A is for Avocet to Z is for Zebra Finch.

Available on a variety of apparel options, the "N is for Nuthatch" design is more than just a t-shirt; it's a statement of love for the natural world and the fascinating creatures that inhabit it. So, whether you're out on a birdwatching adventure, enjoying a casual day out, or just lounging at home, let this cute nuthatch accompany you and share a slice of nature's wonder with everyone you meet.

Birdorable N is for Nuthatch T-Shirt

A Closer Look at the Black Woodpecker: The Forest's Master Carpenter

Birdorable Black Woodpecker

If you've ever wandered through the dense forests of Eurasia, you might have been lucky enough to hear the deep, resonant drumming of the Black Woodpecker. This striking bird, cloaked in jet-black feathers with a bold red crown, is a sight to behold. Standing as the largest of the Old World woodpeckers, the Dryocopus martius carves out a niche in both the literal and ecological sense, playing a vital role in its habitat.

The Black Woodpecker, with its glossy black plumage, is not just a feast for the eyes but also a marvel of bird engineering. Its beak, a natural chisel, is designed to bore into the hardest of woods, creating intricate nests and searching for its favorite meal: wood-boring insects. These birds are master carpenters of the avian world, and their ability to excavate large cavities in trees not only provides them with nesting sites but also benefits other species that use these spaces for their homes.

Living primarily in mature forests across Europe and Asia, these woodpeckers have adapted perfectly to life in the woods. Their preference for old-growth forests, with plenty of dead or decaying trees, showcases the importance of preserving natural woodlands. These habitats are crucial not only for the Black Woodpecker but also for maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem health.

Despite their somewhat ominous appearance, Black Woodpeckers are shy and elusive. Spotting one requires patience and a bit of luck. Early morning is often the best time to catch a glimpse of these birds as they go about their daily routines of foraging and nest-building. Their distinctive call, a loud and clear "klee-yee," can echo through the forest, serving as a beacon for birdwatchers.

Black Woodpecker by Stefan Berndtsson (CC BY 2.0 DEED)

The breeding season brings out another interesting aspect of Black Woodpecker behavior. They are monogamous birds that put a lot of effort into their nesting sites, which they return to year after year, continuously improving and expanding them. The male takes the lead in nest excavation, which can take up to two weeks—a testament to their dedication and work ethic.

Conservation efforts for the Black Woodpecker have been relatively successful, with the species maintaining a stable population in most of its range. However, they are not without threats; habitat loss due to deforestation and the removal of dead trees, which are often seen as unsightly or dangerous, can have detrimental effects on their population. Thus, conservationists emphasize the importance of preserving old-growth forests and standing deadwood, vital components of the Black Woodpecker's habitat.

The Black Woodpecker's role in the ecosystem extends beyond just being a magnificent bird to observe. By creating nesting cavities, they provide habitats for a variety of other species, including bats, owls, and other small mammals and birds that cannot excavate their own nesting sites. This makes them a keystone species, underlining the interconnectedness of forest ecosystems and the importance of each species within it.

For those passionate about birds, the Black Woodpecker represents the mystery and allure of the forest. Its presence is a reminder of the wild, untamed beauty of nature and the need to protect and preserve our natural habitats. Whether you're a birdwatcher, a conservationist, or simply someone who appreciates the wonder of nature, the Black Woodpecker is a bird that captivates the imagination and inspires a deeper appreciation for the natural world.

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This week's feature t-shirt design is our Atlantic Puffin with a bill full of sardines ... how cute! This is great for anyone that loves these unique, beautiful and animated seabirds. See our other cute puffin gifts as well.

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Singled-out Stilts

The Black-winged Stilt is a long-legged wading bird. The species is very closely related to the Black-necked Stilt and five other species of stilt.

Black-winged Stilt ~ 長腳鷸Black-winged Stilt by Sun Jack

In fact, scientists are in disagreement as to the classification of the five as separate species. Are they all subspecies of the Common Stilt? Or is each species independent of the other? For now, the Black-winged Stilt and the Black-necked Stilt will remain separated here at Birdorable.

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