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T-Shirts

New T-Shirts with New Logo!

magpie tee shirt

We now have a selection of new T-shirts with our beautiful new Black-billed Magpie Logo, as seen at right. T-shirts are available at Spellbinder Books on Main Street in Bishop, and come in an assortment of sizes and colors. Our new logo was designed by Logan Parsons. We are quite pleased with the Black-billed Magpie, Mount Tom, and the shape of the Magpie which represents the Sierra wave. Check out all the beautiful colors available below! We also have some tanks and four colors in long-sleeved tees.

Audubon Tee Shirts

Look at all those great colors!

New T-Shirts Are In! (November 2015)

Baseball-style T-shirt

New baseball-style tee!

We have a new order of T-shirts in, including men’s and women's cut, long and short sleeve and women's V-neck tees (turquoise only).

New this year are baseball-style T-shirts (see photo at right) and relaxed long-sleeve "workout" shirts (see linked photo).

Prices: $20.00 for short-sleeved tees, $22.00 for long-sleeved tees.

All can be found at Spellbinder Books on Main Street (and while you’re there, buy a book or two)!

magpie tee shirt

A few of our original Magpie T-shirts by Raymond Andrews, a member of the Mono Lake Tribe, are also still available, in small and medium only. Mt. Tom is silhouetted in the background with a beautiful Black-billed Magpie in irridescent turquoise and purple colors. The basket artwork is a traditional design the artist calls the "Mountain and Lake" motif. The Black-billed Magpie is a common year-round resident in Mono and northern Inyo counties, and was adopted by the ESAS as "our bird."

T-shirts are for sale (of course!). Proceeds go to ESAS for use in local conservation and education programs. The artwork is printed on 100% cotton high quality t-shirts. Shirts are available in a variety of sizes, styles, and colors. They may be viewed and purchased at Spellbinder Books on Main Street in Bishop, and at events where Eastern Sierra Audubon has a table, such as the Bird Chautauqua, evening programs, etc.

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