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31 thoughts on “Bird Photography Weekly #29”
I am posting photos of a Black Noddy
Some so-so shots of Keel-billed Toucans is 10,000 Birds’ contribution this week.
I’m up with a few shots of a Barred Antshrike this week.
I missed last week but am back up with an American Goldfinch.
I’ve got one of those cute little Marsh Wrens to show.
Ruddy Turnstone from my recent trip to Florida for me this week.
I added a Spotted Towhee.
I’m posting a trip report with a picture of a Song Sparrow in it — oh, and some Egrets and Cormorants, too. 🙂 And, a Leopard Shark!
A Friday the 13th outing with photos of Blue-winged Teal, Black Skimmers and Elegant Terns
Photos of a fledgling Tree Swallow being fed by an adult.
Posted photo of a Common Tern flying off a buoy.
A Boundary Waters Bald Eagle in my post this week.
I hate when they keep changing bird names. But come see my some kind of Snipe
Posting with Great Blue herons.
Posting Pacific Black Duck and Great Cormorant with Pelicans and Little Black Cormorant
Back again after a couple weeks off (although I do have photos up from them) with a Northern Rough-winged Swallow.
Our two Bald Eagles now have names– Hope and Justice, among names nominated by the middle school kids and selected by popular vote.
A Brewer’s blackbird for me, which is a new one on my life list — those monochrome birds can be a pain to accurately ID.
I am posting photo of the Indian Peacock. :)))
My entry this week very friendly bird at Bukit Tinggi, Malaysia- now in Breeding season from February to May,
Silver-breasted Broadbill (Serilophus lunatus)
Red-bellied Woodpecker from my Wordless Wednesday post.
Looking like spring in my backyard. Finches and a White-crowned sparrow.
I chanced upon 4 different species of Woodpecker in a week.
A wonderful past week for me.
Hi folks, fellow birders, friends of many feathers! I came upon this site a few days ago (what a great place!) and I’ve enjoyed reading here and visiting blogs featured here and seeing photos of beautiful birds from all around the world. I’m new to blogging (and photography) but I have a long-time passion for birds and enjoy meeting others who share the same interests. Well…. off I go 🙂 (Please be patient if I seem like a “fish out of water” as far as “blogging” and submitting a photo. ) Everyone have a great day.
oops…. sorry about that. I didn’t mean to link to my entire blog link in the Bird Photography Weekly.
Here’s some photos of the Red-shouldered Hawks that began nesting here last year.
Woodcocks are one of the oddest birds I’ve ever seen! We stood only about 8 feet from this one, and it showed no fear of us at all, depending on it’s camouflage no doubt.
Julie Jay – thank you much for stopping in and we are humbled to hear your kind words. We never judge so don’t feel like a fish out of water 🙂 It’s all for fun and to spread the word of conservation and our love for the natural world!!
Denapple – Woodcocks are such awesome birds! Great job capturing this cryptic bird!!
Golden Crowned Sparrows… fattening up for the trek up north I imagine.