Birds Birds Birds

The Morro Bay Winter Bird Festival is well under way this weekend and the birds are cooperating fully. Long-billed Curlews and Dowitchers, Black-necked Stilts, Oystercatchers, Marbled Godwits, Kestrels, Boobies and Grosbeaks. The names are charming and evocative, the birds a delight to watch.  Continuing the theme here are a couple of more pieces:

Night Flight Necklace  Deep blues and verdant greens summon a feathered friend to take flight. Brass filigree and fire polished faceted rondelles accent the hand painted centerpiece.

Night Flight Necklace Deep blues and verdant greens summon a feathered friend to take flight. Brass filigree and fire polished faceted rondelles accent the hand painted centerpiece.

Peacock Dance Necklace Hues of teal, raspberry, and jade highlight this peacock, framed by a lovely piece of Indian metalwork.

Peacock Dance Necklace Hues of teal, raspberry, and jade highlight this peacock, framed by a lovely piece of Indian metalwork.

We headed up the coast today and spent the morning at Moonstone Beach watching the birds dance in the waves. Here are a couple of photos to enjoy!

Cormorants At Moonstone Beach

Cormorants At Moonstone Beach

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3 Responses to Birds Birds Birds

  1. iwsod says:

    Gorgeous Nancy!!! I love how you are so in tune with your local environment.. your jewellery is simply gorgeous! As gorgeous as where you live from the looks of it! 😎

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  2. Marie Preach says:

    Beautiful and fitting pieces. Morro Bay is a wonderful spot for bird watching the entire year!

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