Finches and Friends
Thank you for your continued support at the markets and through our website! We look forward to helping you find the perfect, whimsical birds to decorate your gardens and homes.
This year we have a roster of markets to attend, new and old, so stop by to check out our birds! Stay tuned to our website and newsletter for event updates and new bird designs. We sincerely hope our little birds bring you a lot of smiles and happiness!
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Did You Know??
Northern Flickers are large, brown woodpeckers with a gentle expression and handsome black-scalloped plumage. On walks, don’t be surprised if you scare one up from the ground. It’s not where you’d expect to find a woodpecker, but flickers eat mainly ants and beetles, digging for them with their unusual, slightly curved bill. When they fly you’ll see a flash of color in the wings – yellow if you’re in the East, red if you’re in the West – and a bright white flash on the rump.
From Cornell Lab of Ornithology