Winter Bird Festival

Every winter, Morro Bay holds its Winter Bird Festival and people from all over descend on the coast, binoculars and cameras in hand. Morro Bay and the surrounding area is designated a State and National Estuary and is an ideal spot for avid birders. Peregrine falcons, hawks, snowy plovers and great horned owls are among hundreds of species to be found! Me, I just think they are marvelous to behold, and leave the details to avid birders. I decided that a bird theme was the order of the day!

Azure Skies Necklace  Hand painted  with teal/green/yellow  hues, surrounded by an antique bronze filigree star. Fire polished glass rondelles colorfully glimmer with light!

Azure Skies Necklace Hand painted with teal/green/yellow hues, surrounded by an antique bronze filigree star. Fire polished glass rondelles colorfully glimmer with light!

Among the Trees Necklace  Apitite and jade delicately suspend a charming bird winging his way midst greens of all shades.

Among the Trees Necklace Apitite and jade delicately suspend a charming bird winging his way midst greens of all shades.

The link to the festival is: http://www.morrobaybirdfestival.org

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3 Responses to Winter Bird Festival

  1. DD says:

    JoE has the loveliest, most unique jewelry! Each piece a special creation!
    DD

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  2. Diane says:

    The lovely piece captures the essence of the birds. Anyone attending the Bird Festival will remember Morro Bay’s Bird Festival with this piece. Love the photos!

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  3. Marie says:

    What a beautiful piece and so timely. I feel that many people who come to the Bird Festival will want that piece!

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