Whirligigs are whimsical, wind-driven contraptions that date back to the 19th Century. During the Great Depressions, farmers and other laborers would make the whirligigs by hand and take them to town to sell. Most whirligigs are done in a folk art fashion portraying life in early rural America.

Endangered Species has one whirligig at this time with 6 shafts which turn in opposing directions to it's neighbors.



Our whirlygig has 6 shafts with stars, planets, and crescent moons spinning in opposite directions of its neighbors. You can mount it at any height.

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Our bottle trees are featured in the August 2007 Southern Living Magazine and the Energy Coop Magazine!