Bridget Farmer Bird Lapel Pins
A lovely way to display your love of birds, especially those native to Australia. A great little gift for sending overseas.
Designed straight from her sketches, these quality hard enamel lapel pins make a lovely accessory. Choose one or collect a whole bunch. A great little gift for sending overseas.
Protecting our biodiversity, your purchase of some of these pins directly supports wildlife organisations in their work:
A proportion of the sales from the Black Throated Finch helps conserve this bird and it's habitat, currently under threat from the Adani Coal Mine.
A percentage of sales from the Hooded Plover is donated to BirdLife Australia to help preserve this and other endangered Australian birds. $5 from the sale of the Plains Wanderer is donated to Trust For Nature who are working to preserve this amazing birds habitat and thus protect the species.
Numerous designs, largely birds native to Australia, with a few exotic species and something for lovers of chooks!
Presented on a small kraft card, each badge measures approximately 4-4.5cm wide.
Fairy Wren : one of Australia's favourite birds, always a delight to spot him flitting through the garden
Kookaburra : iconic symbol of Australia - perfect for overseas gift giving
Zebra Finch : Australian native often kept as a pet overseas
Magpie : love them or fear them?
Diamond Firetail : Australian native finch
Ganggang : native cockatoo that sounds like a creaky gate
Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo : one of our favourite cockatoos
New Holland Honeyeater : nectar loving native
White Ibis : Australian native with a bad reputation
Willie Wagtail : tail-swishing native
Wood Duck : cute little native water bird
Plains-Wanderer : a small, ground-dwelling, grassland native, critically endangered with less than 1000 birds left in the wild
Black Throated Finch : currently threatened by the Adani coalmine
Wedge Tailed Eagle : Australia's largest bird of prey with a wingspan of over two metres
Swift Parrot : this critically endangered bird breeds in Tasmania and migrates to the mainland
Forty Spotted Pardalote : an extremely rare little bird found only in a small region of southern Tasmania
Spotted Pardalote : tricky to spot, one of Australia's smallestm but most colourful, birds
Southern Boobook Owl : Australia's smallest native owl
Hooded Plover : an endangered native shore bird
Scarlet Robin : sweet little Australian native robin
Black Octavia : Bridget's favourite chook
Esperanza : grey chicken straight from Bridget's chook pen
Aretha : ginger chicken from Bridget's flock
Guinea Fowl : Dizzy, an ex-pet of Bridget's who terrorised the local gardens
Peacock : just because they're so beautiful
Designed by Bridget Farmer in country Victoria, near Castlemaine.