Blackburnian Warbler mug



A large 15 oz white mug with a full wrap-around reproduction of David Sibley's original painting showing a Blackburnian Warbler in oak flowers.

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A sturdy white ceramic mug, large (15 oz) with large handle; very durable, dishwasher-safe and microwave-safe.

This is a reproduction of an original gouache painting by David Sibley. Prints of the same painting are also available.

Blackburnian Warbler nests in mixed forests of eastern Canada and the northeastern US, especially in hemlock groves, and passes through much of the eastern US in spring and fall traveling to and from its wintering grounds in northern South America. The orange throat of the male is one of the most intense colors among North American birds, and positively glows in early morning sunlight. The bird’s black markings and “flaming” (or burning) orange throat match the name, but that is merely a coincidence. The species was named for Mrs. Anna Blackburn, a patron of ornithology who had a museum in Lancashire, England in the late 1700s.

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Weight 18 oz
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 5 in

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