Bird Photography Weekly #2 matched the first week with 10 submissions and 10 species. (A late entry to week one technically accounted for the 11th species for that week).
- Magnificent Frigatebird
- Northern Bobwhite
- Canada Goose
- Bald Eagle
- Rose-breasted Grosbeak
- Black-capped Chickadee
- Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
- Eastern Wood-Pewee
Help us top 10 species!!
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How to be a part of Bird Photography Weekly:
- Each week submit a link to your post featuring a single bird species
- Link back to that week’s Bird Photography Weekly post
- You can post your link starting Monday of that week until 23:59 central time on Saturday
- Your link will remain on our site, forever promoting the beauty of birds
- The goal is to have a ton of participation and try to get a large number of different species each week
- Help spread the word and extend your thoughts by commenting
17 thoughts on “Bird Photography Weekly #3”
Love this meme! My bird is a Woodstork, this time around!
Is it okay if I submit former posts? For example, I had one a while back about our endangered brown headed nuthatches (photo & info.) Not long ago I had a male cardinal feeding a fledgling, too…
It’s just been TOO hot for getting out much lately, I’m afraid. Soon that’ll change, but we’re not quite there yet.
I was so lucky and thankful to find this Common Nighthawk perching on a fence rail. I love the sound of nighthawks in the evening. They are great birds but then, I love them all.
I posted a Red-faced Cormorant from a trip to Alaska. I also Stumbled this. Hope it helps!
Thanks for the wonderful submissions and keep em coming!!
Lana – you can post previous photos, no problem!! Hopefully it will cool down for you so you can get out there 🙂
A Nuthatch from me this week. Mike
What a great idea. My first post is of an American Avocet.
Hi, does it have to be a blog post? I have a page about Carolina Wrens attached to the blog.
Ok, so when I linked up, I put my blog address rather than the address to the actual bird post. If it can be changed, this is the link to the bird post. Sorry.
Wren – doesn’t have to be a blog post; it can even be a link to a Flickr photo (maybe of a flicker??)
Oh, that makes life (and participation) much easier.
Good to know. I’ll try to post something next week! Thanks for the info.
Thanks all for participating!! Don’t forget to enter the current week’s meme! Our submission was a juv. Mississippi Kite!
I am from India. So I just want to know if I can participate by posting photos of Indian birds every week.
Okay. I think I finally figured out how to submit a photo.