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Travel In Bird Style

Travel in style with bird flair

By Jessica Pineda

Make sure you've packed everything you need for your trip before it's vacation time Whether you're heading out on an eco-tour or hitting the open road, bring your love of birds along with these stylish and entertaining items.

 You can easily imagine you're in the tropics with this colorful blue parrot Jibbitz on your Crocs shoes. simply place them on your Crocs and show the world your love for birds. Contact: Jibbitz;


Hit the road with a parrot license plate from The Nature Chest Bird Shop.Frames are black plastic and fit most standard license plates. Contact: The Nature Chest Bird Shop, 256-341-0484;


These parrot-themed 16-ounce travel mugs from Parrotdise Perch will keep your beverage hot or cold in the stainless-steel lined mug. They are an ideal gift for the parrot lover in your life or simply a way to show off your favorite parrot to friends and co-workers. They are available in 15 parrot designs, from parrotlets to macaws. Contact: Parrotdise Perch, 88-243-2194;


Teach the kids to appreciate birding by getting them the New Jersey Audubon Society's "Take A Kid Birding" package. It contains a Leupold Yosemie 6x30 binocular, a copy of "Kaufman Focus Guide to Birds in North America," a copy "Pete Dunne on Bird Watching" and a "Take A Kid Birding" bumper sticker.Contact: Cape May Bird Observatory's Cener for Research and Education, 609-861-0700;


 Available for free from the manufacturer, the Snap Shot Adapter allows Swarovski binocular owners to attach a digital compact camera with an extendable zoom lens for photography through the binocular. The hard-plastic adapter attaches to the binocular's extended eyecup and then attaches the camera's extended lens to the adapter. Contact: Swarovski Optik, 401-734-1800;

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