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Kaufen Sie die größte Online-Auswahl an von Vögeln inspiriertem Schmuck wie Vogelketten, Vogelohrringen, Vogelringen und Vogelzubehör. Jeder unserer Vogelschmuckstücke ist handgefertigt und schützt Tiere und gefährdete Kinder.
Kaufen Sie Birds Jewelry online und helfen Sie, die Vögel zu retten!
Wir spenden 10% unseres Jahresgewinns an Wohltätigkeitsorganisationen, die Kindern und Tieren helfen. Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf unserer Charity-Seite . Bitte unterstützen Sie unsere Sache, indem Sie entweder einen Vogelschmuck kaufen oder auf den Spenden-Button unten klicken.
Our elephant jewelry are unique, mostly hand-made and supports philanthropy. Our elephant earrings ranges from elephant stud earrings, to elephant drop earrings, to elephant skull earrings, elephant cage earrings and more. Our elephant bracelets ranges from bird stone bracelets, to elephant charms bracelet and more. Our elephant necklaces ranges from silver elephant necklaces, to elephant cage necklaces, to love elephant necklaces and more. Our elephant rings ranges from elephant engagement ring, to elephant skull rings, to silver ring elephant and more. We offer beautiful and intricately made elephant jewelry to emphasise a statement look and at the same time show your commitment to make a difference in this world. Our huge variety of elephant jewelry are for consumers who are environmental conscious and philanthropic minded. Most of the products here are limited as it's uniquely designed by us in Switzerland and produced by our extended family in a province we support in the Philippines.
If you are looking to buy your very first unique elephant jewelry, you came to the right online shop. Not only do we offer free shipping, but we also carry the largest elephant jewelry selection, at the cheapest price possible. Here is an overview of your advantages with Style Tourista:
1. Look good by wearing our elephant jewelry for every occasion.
It may be one of the oldest forms of human adornment, but the humble jewelry has evolved. From simple hoops to statement climbers and mix and match studs, as Style Tourista explains "the modern way to stay fashionable is to ornament yourself with fabulous jewelry: wear your earrings during the day to shine in a Zoom meeting, instagram your selfies with a cool new bird necklaces, wear a bird bracelet charity cause around your arm or glam it up in the evening with a big statement bird ring."
2. 10% of profits from the sales of elephant jewelry helps elephants at risk.
Style Tourista donates 10% of yearly profits to charities that help children and animals. The percentage of bird jewelry sales will reflect on the portion donated and will specifically go to a selected bird foundation. To know more, view our Charity Page. You may support our cause by either purchasing a bird jewelry or by clicking the donate button below.
3. The largest elephant jewelry selection in the world.
At Style Tourista, we strive to offer you the largest varieties of all different types of bird jewelry available. With over 500+ unique bird styles, we carry the largest selection of any online jewelry shop in the world. If you do not find your fashion piece here, you won’t find it anywhere else.
4. Fast and free 1-5 days delivery in the USA and in Switzerland.
We know the excitement of waiting on your new ice piece, that’s why all of our orders will be delivered free of charge with USPS First Class Mail only in the US / via Swiss Post in Switzerland. This means, it literally only takes 1-5 days till your jewelry arrives at your doorstep. All of our jewelry pieces are discretely and fragile proof packaged and shipped.
5. Cheapest prices on elephant necklaces.
If you shop at Style Tourista, you never have to worry about over-priced jewelry. We always offer certain bird jewelry for as low as $9.95. Also, check back for weekly promotions that let you save even more. In addition, we make sure that our prices are always the lowest compared to industry standards.
6. Secure and safe payment.
You can conveniently pay your ice bong over VISA, MasterCard or PayPal. All of your data is protected and should you be unhappy with your bird earrings, you can always return it back within 10 days free of charge.
There are many different types of birds in this world, from a familiar pigeon in the streets of New York to other more exotic kinds flying across untamed skies in the ends of this world. Many bird species around the world are threatened by habitat loss, climate change, fisheries by catch, the illegal wildlife trade and a host of other threats.
1. Eagle Jewelry
Eagle is the common name for many large, heavy-beaked big-footed birds of prey. Our eagle jewelry symbolises a strong, fierce, intelligent, and bold characteristics. Some eagles are listed as endangered. Shop premium and affordable eagle jewelry online to help birds at risk.
2. Flamingo Jewelry
Flamingos are a type of wading birds. There are four flamingo species throughout the Americas (including the Caribbean), and two species are native to Africa, Asia, and Europe. Our flamingo jewelry symbolises femininity, fun and relaxation. The Flamingo populations are in need of protection all around the globe. All species of flamingos are listed in as species that are in need of protection. While the flamingo is not considered endangered under the U.S. Endangered Species Act, a conservation organisation, called The World Conservation Union, lists some flamingo groups as near threatened and one species as vulnerable to extinction. Shop cute and affordable flamingo jewelry online to help birds at risk.
3. Humming Bird Jewelry
Hummingbirds are native to the Americas and they can fly faster than a car. Did you know that they are also the smallest of birds that lay the smallest eggs in the world? Our humming bird jewelry are seen as healers and bringers of love, good luck and joy. The Emerald Hummingbird, in Honduras, is Central America’s most endangered bird. Habitat loss is the main threat to its survival, and its already-limited and fragmented range is declining. Shop these tiny adorable and affordable humming bird jewelry online to help birds at risk.
4. Ostrich Jewelry
The ostrich is typical of a group of flightless birds called ratites. Ostrich populations differing slightly in skin colour, size, and egg features formerly were considered separate species, but now they are considered to be merely races of Struthio camelus. The most familiar ostrich is the North African ostrich. Our ostrich jewelry symbolises wealth, abundance and fertility. In the 18th century, ostrich feathers were so popular in ladies’ fashion that they disappeared from all of North Africa. If not for ostrich farming, which began in 1838, then the world’s largest bird would probably be extinct. Today, ostriches are farmed and hunted for feathers, skin, meat, eggs, and fat — which, in Somalia, is believed to cure AIDS and diabetes.The development of human settlements and agricultural cultivation all contribute to habitat loss for these ostriches. Shop our affordable ostrich jewelry online to help give back to the birds natural habitats.
5. Owl Jewelry
Owls are enigmatic birds, mysterious, lovable, or spooky, depending on who you ask. With over 200 species living on every continent except Antarctica, owls have super-tuned senses that help them hunt prey all over the world. Our owl jewelry symbolises paranormal wisdom, modesty, silence, observation and fierce intelligence. Every year, thousands of the birds in India, especially owls are sacrificed and used in black magic and sorcery linked with superstition, totems, and taboos across the country. Owls are protected under the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972, making it illegal to poach, trap, or trade in owls or their body parts. Shop our trendiest owl jewelry and help raise awareness of the issue as a first step in bringing about a change in attitude towards these protected species.
6. Penguin Jewelry
Penguins are a group of aquatic flightless birds. They live almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere, with only one species, the Galápagos penguin, found north of the equator. The romantic ideal of finding one mate for life is primarily a human aspiration. Our penguin jewelry symbolises purpose, order, good manners and right conduct. Wearing penguin jewelry reminds you about having grace when it comes to your actions and emotions. Climate change is a growing concern for penguins that live in Antarctica—the emperor penguin and the Adelie penguin. These species depend on sea ice for access to food and for places to breed. But the sea ice has been disappearing, and penguin populations along with it. A 2008 WWF study estimated that 50% of the emperor penguins and 75% of the Adelie penguins will likely decline or disappear if global average temperatures rise above pre-industrial levels by just 2 degrees C—a scenario that could be reached in less than 40 years. Shop our coolest and most affordable penguin jewelry online to help birds at risk.
7. Parrot Jewelry
Parrots are birds of the roughly 393 species, found mostly in tropical and subtropical regions. Many parrots are kept as pets, especially macaws, Amazon parrots, cockatiels, parakeets, and cockatoos. These birds have been popular companions throughout history because they are intelligent, charismatic, colorful, and musical. Our parrot jewelry will make you feel stylish, high class, royal, noble and rich in well-being. Some parrot species are highly endangered. Currently the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) bans the sale of any wild-caught species, yet the parrots' popularity continues to drive illegal trade. Shop our stylish and affordable parrot jewelry online to help birds at risk.
8. Peacock Jewelry
Did you know the Peacock, also called peafowl? (Strictly, the male is a peacock, and the female is a peahen; both are peafowl)? The green peacock is classified by the IUCN as an endangered species. Our peacock jewelry symbolises vision expression, spirituality, freedom and integrity. In Greco-Roman mythology the Peacock tail has the "eyes"w of the stars. In Hinduism, the Peacock is associated with Lakshmi who represents patience, kindness and luck. The green peacock’s population declined significantly during the latter half of the 20th century because of overhunting and the destruction of large parts of its natural habitat; the species is now thought to number between 10,000 and 20,000 adults. The IUCN has classified the Congo peafowl as a vulnerable species. Its population has fallen to fewer than 10,000 adults. Shop our coolest and most affordable penguin jewelry online to help birds at risk.
9. Phoenix Jewelry
A phoenix is a mythological bird that cyclically regenerates or is otherwise born again. Associated with fire and the sun, a phoenix obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. Our Phoenix jewelry is a symbol of hope, renewal, rebirth, immortality, resurrection, solitude, and grace. Just like the phoenix emerges from its ashes, so can man after devastation and loss. The phoenix gives mankind hope and urges us to fight on. Shop our trendy and affordable phoenix jewelry to help all the real birds at risk.
10. Storks Jewelry
Storks are large, long-legged, long-necked wading birds with long, stout bills.Our stork jewelry is a powerful symbol of birth and new life, most notably in the story of how babies come to be. As with new life, these giant birds also symbolise new beginnings that are about to take place in your life, whether physically or spiritually. Some storks are highly threatened, though no species or subspecies are known to have gone extinct in historic times. Shop our the best and affordable stork jewelry to help all the real birds at risk.
Many bird species around the world are threatened by habitat loss, climate change, fisheries by catch, the illegal wildlife trade and a host of other threats. Donations to the WWF foundation contributes to bird projects in over 100 offices around the world, working to address the many issues that threaten bird species.
These efforts include increasing the amount of protected areas to limit habitat loss, seeking strong international laws that reduce the illegal bird trade, and constantly working to build awareness about the incredible diversity of bird species and the importance of protecting them. Some WWF projects that focus on bird conservation:
Gyps Vulture Restoration (Pakistan)
Gouldian Finch Project (Australia)
Building homes for birds on Simbo (Solomon Islands)