Flamingo and Barn Owl Coloring Pages

Here are two new Birdorable coloring pages: the Birdorable Greater Flamingo and Barn Owl. I hope you have some pink pencils for that flamingo! Click one of the following links to download a PDF and print the page for some cute bird coloring fun.

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Mamaspark on July 9, 2009 at 6:24 AM wrote:
I love your birds! I am a quilter and I think your birds would translate so well into a beautiful bird quilt. If you are interested, send me an email. Maybe we could work together to make some quilt patterns from your birds! I think the coloring pages would translate well into applique. I have to make some owls for a block exchange and was hoping you would not mind if I used an owl from here. Looks like the only one so far on coloring pages is the barn owl. Thank you for sharing you have a wonderful gift!
Birdorable on July 10, 2009 at 9:30 PM wrote:
Thank you so much for the compliment, Mamaspark! Your idea is intriguing. I have just sent you an email.

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