Woodstock Chimes Coco Bird Decor

Closeouts. A quirky idea for your resident bird lover, Woodstock Chimes' coco bird decor is carved from a coconut and fashioned with rust-painted, guilt-tipped legs and spring-powered bird head that cheerfully bobs at the slightest provocation.

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  • Reviewed by jennifer from mass on Thursday, August 29, 2013
    i was going to give this as a gift, but when i got it i decided to keep it for myself. it is very cute. i just ordered a few more to give as gifts.
  • Reviewed by Camper Liz from CO on Sunday, August 25, 2013
    I fell in love with this garden ornament when I first saw it in the catalog. It did not disappoint me. Since we live in a windy area, my husband fashioned a large metal staple to go over the feet. He stayed in place, head bobbing, in gusts of 40 mph, and was no worse for the wear. ( Landscape staples might work as well, if you live where there is wind.)
  • Reviewed by PJ from PA on Sunday, July 07, 2013
    The bird is smaller than i thought, but it's really cute - definitely a conversation starter!
  • Reviewed by Steve from Ct on Tuesday, July 02, 2013
    This is a gift for my daugther. I liked it. I thought to myself this would make a fine gift. A little bit of wimsy goes a long way.
  • Reviewed by Sophie from Illinois on Friday, June 21, 2013
    Nice addition to a porch or deck. Unique!
  • Reviewed by NaturalEl from MHS, PA on Sunday, May 12, 2013
    This little guy is so cute for the garden, sun room, porch, or whatever. Any little breeze or movement makes his head bob forever. His shell is hollowed out, of course, and his feet have gripping power for the garden. At the same time, he stands very well on a smooth surface. Definitely a conversation piece.
  • Reviewed by jackrabbiter from WI on Friday, March 01, 2013
    This bird is surprisingly cute! I wasn't sure, but added him to an order to reach a special "free ship" offer.. . Well, we rather like him.
    For now he sits as an accent on our unused fireplace hearth, peaking between various potted plants I've moved in for the winter. Bird looks as pictured, is well made, stable and solid. Rich brown head matches coconut hull well. Come summer I intended to move him to our garden, but I suspect I'll keep him protected on the porch so he lasts!
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