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Blue Yellow-backed Warbler (BY)
Blue Yellow-backed Warbler (BY)
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Blue Yellow-backed Warbler (BY)

Regular price $45.00

- 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.

-Free shipping.+ 


Audubon's young assistant, Joseph Mason, painted the iris which Audubon called "Louisiana Flag."
Audubon wrote in his journal for March 26, 1821, that Joseph Mason had shot a male "Blue Yellow Back Warbler."  On the following day Audubon painted both the warbler and its mate, she eyeing an inchworm.
The northern parula warbler is a grayish-bluej bird with a distinctive yellowish-green patch on its back and a buzzing song that during breeding season has been described as a "sizzling trill."  The name "parula," meaning a diminutive Parus or titmouse, was given this warbler because of its chickadee-like habit of foraging for food; poking, picking, and hanging on the underside of a limb.  Moss is its characteristic nesting site.  In the south, it is associated with woodlands where Spanish moss hangs from the trees; in other areas, where Usnea or beard moss is common.

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