Expedition Series Tee - Pelican - Long Sleeve

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The most beautiful animals are often found at the distant edges of the world. Pelicans frequent inland and coastal waters where they feed principally on fish. After plunging into a dive, scooping up their catch and draining water from their pouch, they enjoy a meal. And being that they are social birds and travel in a flock, they often help each other wrangle in some fish. Who doesn't enjoy a meal with friends? The Expedition Series Tee provides a fresh perspective on these dramatic birds and the marshlands they call home.

  • 100% Lightweight Cotton
  • Ultra Soft Spun Fabric
  • Pocket Tee
  • Full Color
  • Garment Washed
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The most beautiful animals are often found at the distant edges of the world. Pelicans frequent inland and coastal waters where they feed principally on fish. After plunging into a dive, scooping up their catch and draining water from their pouch, they enjoy a meal. And being that they are social birds and travel in a flock, they often help each other wrangle in some fish. Who doesn't enjoy a meal with friends? The Expedition Series Tee provides a fresh perspective on these dramatic birds and the marshlands they call home.

  • 100% Lightweight Cotton
  • Ultra Soft Spun Fabric
  • Pocket Tee
  • Full Color
  • Garment Washed
Have Questions?Ask An Expert

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My sister in St Francisville gives me one each year for my birthday; love them. A girl friend saw me with one on and had to have one. She loves it too.

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My sister in St Francisville gives me one each year for my birthday; love them. A girl friend saw me with one on and had to have one. She loves it too.

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