Black & Yellow Warbler (BW)
- Created from internationally recognized, award winning first generation Princeton Audubon Limited prints.*
- Representing the most beautiful and diverse collection of Princeton Audubon Limited prints.
- Uniqely larger (13" x 20") for higher visibility and detail than other garden flags.
- Printed on special brilliant, plush four-ply polyester for double-sided printing.
- Customized for your choice of two different birds on one flag, front and back, at no additional charge.**
- We sell the Garden Gems Flag Stand, the best flag stand for our flags.
- Your satisfaction is guaranteed by a full refund if returned in 10 days.
- Handcrafted in the USA.
According to Roger Tory Peterson, "Audubon drew this immature magnolia warbler in Louisiana on October 20, 1821, when it was in its autumnal migration." The original for the plate was a painting made in 1829 and inscribed "Great Pine Swamp, Aug-12th." "Black and Yellow Warbler," the name formerly applied to the magnolia warbler, was most descriptive of its color, but had the disadvantage of being equally descriptive of several other warblers. Thus the change to magnolia warbler. In its movements it has a trick of partly spreading its tail, thereby showing the characteristic white band crossing midway.