I’m a Great Bowerbird

The Great Bowerbird lives in Australia. To attract a mate, it collects up to 1,000 objects, mostly white objects—stones, snail shells and sea shells.

It stores and maintains its collection in a two-walled bower or shelter for years.

I already have a mate, but my collection of objects—some of them are white—numbers more than 1,000. And, I have maintained my collection for many years.

I have too much stuff in my house!

I saw the Great Bowerbird that Judith Roderick created in fiber art in a temporary exhibit from the New Mexico Art Quilters Association at the New Mexico Capitol.

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