Superb Fairy Wren Paperweight & Whistle
Hand shaped and painted clay paperweight with a whistle function, produced by Songbird Collection.
Shaped and painted in a Superb Fairy Wren design, each paperweight whistle is hand-shaped from clay, fired, then individually hand-painted by artisans in Chiang Rai, Thailand. No two birds are the same.
The perfect way to bring a touch of nature and joy to your home, and a smile to anyones face.
Designed in Australia and posted to you in a fabric gift bag with story card.
Please note, not intended for use as a toy, this paper weight is not suitable for children under 5 years.
Curious about the Superb Fairy Wren: Malurus cyaneus?
The superb fairywren is distinguished by the male's striking breeding plumage. Their bright blue forehead, ear feathers, mantle, and tail are contrasted with a black mask and black or dark blue throat. Non-breeding males, females and juveniles are predominantly grey-brown in colour.
Superb Fairy Wrens are common in almost any area that has at least a little dense undergrowth for shelter, including grasslands with scattered shrubs, moderately thick forest, woodland, heaths, and domestic gardens. It has adapted well to the urban environment and is common in suburban Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane. The superb fairywren eats mostly insects and supplements its diet with seeds.
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