We do not have cat birds here (NZ) so thought it would be some sort of cartoon when I read the title.:-) Beautiful card thanks Karen.BlessingsMaxine
It's nice to see what some of these birds look like. Very nice!
Oh, Karen, what a beautiful card! I had never heard of cat birds before... his charcoal gray coloring is striking, and the egg is a lovely shade of blue!Thank you.: ) xoxo
Karen: Beautiful card. Id love to see the reverse side. I find the old advertizing so interesting. HUGS and thanks again!
Love it, the blue on the egg is gorgeous.
Oh wow! I'd never seen a Catbird before! That is so neat! Thank you for sharing it! :)
This was one of the American Singer Series by Singer Sewing Machines? How clever! Really like the print...and we did have catbirds in northwest Missouri where I grew up. According to the Cornell University Lab of Ornithology..."Once you’ve heard its catty mew you won’t forget it....Gray Catbirds are relatives of mockingbirds and thrashers, and they share that group’s vocal abilities, copying the sounds of other species and stringing them together to make their own song."
Ohhhhhhhhhhh Karen!! Do you have all the Singer cards? My grandmother had a set of these when I was a little girl. She had a Singer Treadle machine and I used to help her push the pedal! I attribute my love of all wild birds to her and those special sewing cards. I hope to see more of them!I believe there were 9?? 12? of them in the set. I remember a robin card in the group and goldfinch. Thanks so much for sharing!
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