Hummingbird Society Calendar
DetailsGet this Hummingbird Society Calendar and you'll be delighted by a gorgeous new hummingbird image each month. The calendar was created by The Hummingbird Society to help educate about hummingbirds and to work to prevent the extinction of species at risk. High Country Gardens is a long-time support of the Hummingbird Society. Calendar is measured at 9 x 11" when folded and 11 x 18" when open.
Free Calendar with a Gift Card order of $100 or more. No coupon needed. It will automatically be added to your cart. Hurry, offer expires Dec. 15 or while supplies last.
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