How much wood would a Woodpecker peck? Well, he can peck twenty times per second which amounts to 8,000-12,000 pecks per day, depending on the length of his coffee break. A large Woodpecker can live as long as thirty years. We salute this hard-working bird with a new kit and a pledge that 10% of the kit price will be given to The Audubon Society.
The focal is a Woodpecker, hand-carved in New Mexico, of Zebra Jasper, Apple Coral and White Marble, measuring approximately 1-3/4" horizontally, 1/2" vertically. He (or she) comes attached to a sterling silver pin with 4mm Black Onyx and 2mm, 4mm, and 6mm Red Jasper. The body of the necklace is 4mm Black Onyx with accents of eight 2mm Red Jasper beads and two 4mm Red Jasper beads. Kit finishes to 17" and includes sterling silver clasp and crimps, stringing material and instructions.
Price is for the kit.
P.S. Did you know that 60% of songbirds have become extinct in America since 1960? Please support the Audubon Society in their fight to preserve America's birds.