Bird Photography Weekly #3 yielded only 9 species, down from last week’s ten. Perhaps this week will be more photo-fulfilling! Help spread the word; you know birds are awesome!
- Wood Stork
- Senegal Coucal
- Common Nighthawk
- Red-faced Cormorant
- American White Pelican
- Red-breasted Nuthatch
- American Avocet
- Carolina Wren
- Mississippi Kite
13 thoughts on “Bird Photography Weekly #4”
Coming to you out of Florida: Ruddy Turnstone!
This time last year I was in Bermuda for my birthday. I give you the most common bird on the island, the Great Kiskadee.
I’ve linked up my brown headed nuthatch post (from earlier this year.)
I missed out last week, so can I make up with two posts this week? anyway my submission for this week – the Kingfisher.
I’m sharing my photo of a Laughing Gull taken in Bonita Springs, FL.
A robin, mountain bluebird, magpie and raven from a Colorado trip last week.
A cuckoo, a rarely seen and very elusive bird. Now hopefully on its way to Africa at last
My photo this week is again from a local lake where White Pelicans tend to hang out in the summer. This was the first year I found this lake, and have loved seeing what shows up.
Sending hungry little tufties your way.
Sending you a wood thrush. I’m squeezing in under the deadline. Just discovered your site and love the idea.
For your next edition here are some Ravens at play.
Thank you all for submitting to this week’s Bird Photography Weekly!! The entries are now closed but please enter in the current one! They begin each Monday!