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Birdorable Features Archer and Beauty

Archer & Beauty Mouse Pad by Birdorable

Our friends at Birdorable have released a unique design to honor Rochester’s newest Peregrine pair, Archer and Beauty! Their stylized bird prints are a big hit, and we really like the vintage look that Birdorable came up with for Archer and Beauty. Beauty’s image even features her hallmark darker salmon breast coloring.

The design is available on a variety of merchandise including clothes, hats and items for home and office. Birdorable designs make great gifts, and they’re perfect for everyday use too. We’re grateful to Amy and Arthur at Birdorable for their continuing partnership with the Rochester Falconcam. Best of all, a portion of the proceeds from sales of all their Falconcam-themed merchandise supports our program.

Order your Archer and Beauty Birdorable items today. It’s a great way to welcome these new falcons to Rochester!

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9 Responses to “Birdorable Features Archer and Beauty”

  1. Deborah Loudenslager Says:

    Looks like Mariah and Kaver to me….?

  2. Alison in Indiana Says:

    all these peregrines look alike 😉

  3. Kathy V Says:

    Its a good idea, anything to raise money for the organization. To me, though, they are cute, but they look like puffins, not falcons. I”d much rather they look like actual peregrines. I hope they sell alot.

  4. Alison in Indiana Says:

    I agree, I think cute puffins everytime I see it. The whole thing has an 1890s look. But lean and mean would probably not sell as well to the general public.
    Although there might be a market among teenagers (warning stereotype here) if they were portrayed with naked prey in their claws and blood dripping from their beaks…

  5. chrissy Says:

    Good point, Alison. The friendly faces on these “falcons” are infinitely more appropriate for kids like my little granddaughter (whose first words, btw, were “duck” and “owl” rather than the usual mommy and daddy).

  6. Kathy Says:

    I like them, very cute.

  7. Alison in Indiana Says:

    I spent some time on the website. Our pair are definitely a special issue, not easily found from the homepage.
    Most of the birds there have that chubby cute look. It works better for me with birds that really are chubby and “cute” but “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” (no pun intended).

  8. John Carlos Says:

    I am glad you guys are using “Archer and Beauty” instead of “Beauty and Archer.” I know that while females are traditionally listed first in a female/male pair, Archer is the one with legacy here in Rochester. Mariah arrived years before Kaver. It was appropriate that her name was first.

  9. Jess Says:

    @ John Carlos – It doesn’t really have anything to do with legacy. In the case of the graphic we’ve listed the birds in the order in which they appear from left to right. For other references to the pair I’ve mostly been defaulting to listing them in alphabetical order, but there’s no reason we would avoid listing Beauty first. She deserves “top billing” as much as Archer does!

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