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Wild Birds Flying  Intimate portraits of wild birds used to create art and awareness. Ten percent of net profits go to Audubon MN.

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This lovely Northern Water Thrush eats primarily insects including mosquitos and flea beetles so having these birds around makes the summer a little more comfortable for humans!

Ok, so this Anna's Hummingbird is a little large in relation to my hand. Just having a little fun with this new print.

Playing with feathered patterns on table linens. #photographicabstraction

After the market delirium. Yes, Stacy is wearing the bandana display on her head. ๐Ÿ˜œ

Wild Birds Flying at The Mill City Farmers Market today until 1pm! So many amazing vendors here today!! We're at the end of the covered market. ๐Ÿฅ Next dates- 7/15, 8/12, 8/26

This is what a stack of bird bandanas look like in case you were wondering. ๐Ÿฅ Come and see them in person Saturday at the Mill City Farmers Market, it's our only date in June. Make sure to get there before 1pm!

Close up of Broad-billed Hummingbird swordplay as illustrated well in our Honeycomb pattern on silk by the @bklynweaver .

Is this not a gorgeous bird?! Two weeks ago I was finally in the right place at the right time to capture this Indigo Bunting as it launched. Missing a couple opportunities over the past years I was quite happy to see this one in focus and all! #worldenvironmentday

Field testing our prototype tote bag. Stacy has been putting it through it's paces as we shopped @mcfarmersmkt today. We'll be there next Saturday with the real deal!

First pair of Woodpecker boxers hot off the sewing table! Just in time for @mcfarmersmkt. Thanks to Ruth at Sewing Standards, they couldn't be sweeter! ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿผ

Don Wilkins, or the Bird Whisperer as his wife referred to him. He and his wife contained an injured Cooper's Hawk in Alexandria, MN so that I could deliver it safely to the Raptor Center for medical treatment and hopefully, rehabilitation from a broken wing. Thank you Don for taking time on Memorial Day to save a beautiful bird. It's people like you, and caring acts like that that make all of the difference. ๐Ÿ’œ

For the last few weeks the banding at Ritter Farm had been rained out. It was a beautiful day today and this little Yellow Warbler made it all the better!

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