Laughing Kookaburra - Earrings


Hand shaped and hand-painted Laughing Kookaburra clay earrings featuring sterling silver hooksby Songbird Collection.  

With a foundation centred around the love of birds, ethical production and conservation, Songbird Collection have raised and passed on over $10 000 to Australian Bird life projects. Founder Alexandra Sommer brings her rich background in design and her appreciation of the natural world into the foundations of her range of striking jewellery.

Earrings Size: 25x20x15mm

Weight: approx 80g

Materials: hand shaped and painted clay earrings, sterling silver hooks

The perfect thoughtful gift for the bird lover in your life.

Curious about the Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae)?

The largest of Australia's native kingfishers, the name 'kookaburra' is derived from the Wiradjuri name 'Gugubarra'. The Wiradjuri are the traditional custodians of the lands surrounding Wagga Wagga, NSW. 

With a whitish head and a brown eye-stripe, the upperparts of the Laughing Kookaburra are mostly dark brown. They have a distinctive mottled light-blue patch on the outside of their wings. The underparts are cream-white and the tail is barred with reddish brown and black.

Their distinctive laugh, their territorial call, is most often heard at dawn and dusk.

They are native to eastern Australia, from Cape York to Tasmania and across Victoria to South Australia's Flinders Ranges

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