Cerulean Warbler Earrings
A warbler the color of the clear blue sky hops sky high through the upper canopy of eastern forests. That’s the male Cerulean Warbler, a brilliant blue songbird with a cerulean neck band and streaks down the sides. Females are equally well-dressed, wearing a dusky hue of blue-green. These long-distance migrants breed in mature eastern deciduous forests and spend the winters in the Andes in South America. Their populations have declined dramatically due to habitat loss. This species is listed as threatened in Michigan.
Made from recycle cereal boxes, these earrings are truly unique. They are handmade in Jabebo's studio in Pennsylvania.
Wires are made of surgical steel.