In honor of Memorial Day we present this new coloring page featuring the American Flag represented in cute Birdorable style. Red Cardinals, White Doves and Blue Jays stand in formation creating the stars and stripes of the flag.
This download will be available until July 4th 2011. 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. Also check out this Birdorable U.S. Flag on t-shirts, tote bags and more. This cute design for patriotic Americans on Flag Day, the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any day!
Birdorable US Flag Women's T-shirt and Tote Bag
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The Ostrich is the largest living species of bird, so it's no surprise that they have the largest eyes of any avian species. In fact, the eyes of an ostrich, measuring two inches in diameter, are the largest of any terrestrial species. Its large eyes help the flightless Ostrich perceive predators that share their wide open savanna habitat. When a predator is perceived, another avian extreme comes in handy: the Ostrich is the fastest land bird, able to achieve a running speed of up to 45mph! If you can't get enough of this extreme avian species, be sure to check out Birdorable's collection of cute Ostrich t-shirts & gifts.
It's May! That means we are already into Warbler Neck Awareness Month. Have you been out birding this month? If you've been out looking for warblers, maybe you've seen this cutie, the Northern Parula.
1. The Northern Parula is a species of warbler (see our other cute warblers).
2. Northern Parulas nest in two distinctive, separate zones in eastern North America.
3. The original name for this small wood-warbler was Finch Creeper.
4. Northern Parulas have been known to hybridize with Yellow-throated Warblers. The offspring are known as Sutton's Warblers.
5. The oldest known wild Northern Parula lived to be at least seven years of age.
6. The Northern Parula is one of our cute Birdorable birds! The Northern Parula was added to Birdorable on November 17, 2010.