Bird Photography Weekly #25

Bird Photography Weekly #24 is complete so join in on the action of the 25th installment.

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19 thoughts on “Bird Photography Weekly #25

  1. In keeping with my trip report posts, I am putting up a photo of a White-necked Jacobin hummingbird at a feeder at the Asa Wright Nacture Center in Trinidad.

  2. I had no idea what I was going to post this week, but I found an Iceland Gull on the local river this morning, which made the decision much easier.

  3. More pictures of the young Red-headed Woodpecker from last week at Bear Creek Park. And a question about the difference between “immature” and “juvenile” (with regards to labeling birds, that is). Enjoy!

  4. Well, I hope this works. It is my first post here. Seemed simple though. It’s a story about my blind date in Delevan National Wildlife Refuge and one photo of snow goose behavior.

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