Think about it. Tropical birds for your Christmas tree. Why not? They're pretty, cheerful, and colorful... and they'll make you smile. They're just what you want in a holiday ornament.
If you’re looking for something new to add to your collection of things to hang on your tree this year, a little flock of tropical birds just might be a good place to start. After all, what’s more appropriate to attach to a branch of a tree than a few of our feathered friends?
While not all of the real, live versions of the ones shown here live in trees, they surely will add a nice touch to yours. There are parrots, parakeets, flamingos, toucans and more!
These tropical colorful holiday decorations are adorable, and your Christmas tree will look fantastic decorated with lovely tropical birds!
Some of these beautiful decorations can also be used for package toppers and stocking stuffers!
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Do you (or have you ever) put birds on your holiday tree?
CruiseReady, Just about every locale that celebrates Christmas has winter emigrants/immigrants and year-round populations. Some tropical birds live at higher altitudes where snow can be seen if not experienced. So why not remember them during Christmas and on Christmas trees?
Interesting thought about the flocking. We don't put snow simulating substances on ours. But we do use sea colored plastic icicles. Never gave that a thought!
Tropical birds are beautiful, and will certainly enhance a Christmas tree. It is a bit of irony though to place a tropical bird on s flocked tree as though the birds were suddenly in snow. But, why not>? A Christmas tree is not to be analysed.