Bird Banner

$10.99

Bird Watching Academy & Camp Bird Collection Banner

The Bird Collection Banner is a great for collecting your favorite bird patches. .

Kids love collecting their favorite bird patches. The Bird Banner is a great way for them to display the patches:

  • Bird Banners: Kids are collecting their favorite birds patches and ironing them on to our bird banner.
  • Trading: Kids are trading bird patches with their friends to collect their favorite birds.
  • Bird List: Kids are collecting bird patches for birds that they see while bird watching.

Some amazing features of the Bird Banner include:

  • The Bird Banner design is custom made.
  • Iron on Patches: Easy to apply. The glue on the back of the patch makes the patch easy to apply to the bird banner. You can also sew it on.
  • Size: 12-inch by 333-inch

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Description

Bird Watching Education

Bird Watching Academy & Camp iron on patches are great for kids to collect. The bird patches come in many different types of birds. Kids can learn about birds by collecting the Eastern Bluebird Iron on Patches

Collecting Eastern Bluebird Iron on Patches as a Bird List

Kids are collecting bird patches and displaying them on the Bird Watching Academy & Camp Bird Banner. This is a fun way for kids to display birds they like and birds they have seen, or birds they want to see.

Trading Bird Patches with Friends

Kids also have fun trading different bird patches with their friends. If your kid needs a bird patch trading partner share our School Program link with their school teach and each kid in the class can get a free bird patch.

Popular Sizes of Iron on Patches

The most popular iron on patches are sized 3-inch by 3-inch. Kids are using the patches on many different items. Kids have fun applying these patches to bags, shirts, jeans, hats, backpacks and many other items.

Bird Conservation and Awareness

Also don’t forget to share this page on social media so other kids can begin learning about birds. A portion of profit is used to promote bird conservation. Don’t forget the last bird watcher to see the Dodo bird was in 1662.

Additional information

Dimensions12 × 33 in