Eastern Bluebird Patch



Members of the thrush family, Eastern Bluebirds were once a more uncommon sight, but their numbers have increased recently owing in large part to birdhouses put up for them, especially along “bluebird trails.” You can find them catching insects near the ground or feeding on berries by farms, forest clearings, roadsides, and other semi-open habitats.

Bird Collective will donate 20% of the profits from this patch to the Grassland Bird Trust in upstate New York, as it works to acquire and preserve vital habitat in the Northeast.

All embroidered bird patches have an iron-on backing, but the adhesive is temporary. For durability, we recommend sewing or using a permanent, flexible fabric glue.

  • Embroidered patch
  • Iron-on backing
  • 1-3/4" x 2" 
  • 20% of profits donated to protecting bird habitats