WILDLIFE GARDEN Hand Carved DekoBird | Kookaburra

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Hand-carved Kookaburra DekoBird by Wildlife Garden

With their characteristic laughing call, kookaburras are probably the best-known birds of Australia and New Guinea. They are the largest member of the kingfisher family. They stay together for life and live in pairs or small family groups. The laughing kookaburra often laughs at dawn and is known as the "Bushman's alarm clock". The word kookaburra comes from the Wiradjuri language, "guuguubarra", which sounds similar to the unique song of this Australian bird. The kookaburra has dark eye stripes, blue spots on the wings and a long beak that is black on top and light-coloured on the underside.
The animal is carefully and intricately hand-carved from lime wood and painted with water-based acrylic paint.
Each bird sculpture is approx. 22 cm high, varies slightly and is therefore unique. 
A great gift idea for any occasion that brings a piece of wildlife into your home!

Specifications Wildlife Garden wooden animal DekoBird Kookaburra

  • Hand-carved from limewood
  • Hand-painted with hand painted in non-toxic water-based acrylic paint
  • Dimensions: 225 x 120 x 70 mm
  • Weight: 0,327 kg
  • A booklet with information about the animal is included
  • Comes in a gift box
  • Not suitable for outdoor use when exposed to the elements!
  • Style Kookaburra


Designed in Sweden / Hand-crafted in China

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Availability: In stock! Ships within the next 24 hrs!
Condition: New
Gift Wrapping: Available
Global Trade Item Number: 7350054764148
Manufacturer Part Number: WG4802
Material: Wood
Size: 22.5 x 12 x 7 cm
Colour: White, Brown, Blue
Country of origin: Sweden
Shipping: Shipping rate calculated at checkout
Height 20.00
Depth 33.00


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WILDLIFE GARDEN Hand Carved DekoBird Kookaburra

Fantastic! It was for a good friend who had just lost her father and a kookaburra used to up near her as if it was her father saying "Don't worry love I'm still around".
Posted by David Mears, CEDAR GROVE, QLD, Aug 21st 2023