FDB's Flamingos dance on the slightest breeze. Our special hinge allows them to swivel and dip atop a 35" galvanized stake. They are 24" long x 6.5" wide. Made from UV-resistant PVC, entirely hand painted & hand formed, they are durable in day-to-day weather. Simply lift off the stake to take in during severe weather or extreme temperatures. Made in the USA.
"Until about 1900, flocks of flamingoes from the Bahamas regularly migrated to Florida Bay, in what is now Everglades National Park. Today, most flamingoes seen on the loose in North America are considered suspect, as possible escapees from aviaries or zoos. However, some of those appearing in Florida Bay may still be wanderers from Bahamian colonies, and some seen in coastal Texas may come from colonies on the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico." - Audubon
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Last December, I ordered one of Florida Dancing Birds' Great blue herons for my stepmom. My partner and I saw it for the first time in April, and we absolutely adored them. It's hard to capture in words, or even in a photograph or video, how incredibly lifelike the heron looks (that stare!), or how naturally its motions are, or the quality of the instruction. My partner and I love all birds, especially flamingos. We also hate tackiness. So when my partner suggested buying 12-14 of the flamingos, I was a little nervous. I shouldn't have been. The flamingos are glorious. I think we could watch them dance and/or look around for hours. And it's been fun hearing neighbors comment on them while walking their dogs. Like the Great blue heron we initially bought, the flamingos are just beautiful. I'm half tempted to purchase another 12-14. In the meantime, I have added 2 Great blue herons to our own back yard. Just one suggestion for Florida Dancing Birds: I think it would be helpful if you recommended how deeply to plant the stakes. Our part of Colorado is a little windy, so this required some figuring out. Thank you for a majestic product! If you want pictures to share with future customers, please let me know, and my partner and I will share them. R & N