T-Shirt Tuesday: Birdorable Black Tern

This week's highlighted t-shirt design is our Birdorable Black Tern, shown here on our Organic Onesie. The Black Tern is a small tern that lives near inland water in Europe and North America. Our Black Tern t-shirts will make great gifts for tern lovers and birdwatchers. Birdorable Black Tern

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