Bird Photography Weekly #5 yielded 15 species again! Awesome photos all!!
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- White-bellied Sea-Eagle
- Red Crossbill
- White-throated Swallow
- Whooping Crane
- Australian Pelican
- Palm Warbler
- Northern Cardinal
- Lesser Golden-backed Woodpecker
- Brown Pelican
- Green Violet-ear
- Burrowing Owl
- Black-capped Chickadee
- Sandhill Crane
19 thoughts on “Bird Photography Weekly #6”
I submitted the picture of four Black-thighed Falconet (Microhierax fringillarius).
10,000 Birds has submitted some close-up shots of an injured (and rescued) Virginia Rail.
I have posted some photos of White-breasted Woodswallows
Just a single photo from me – an Atlantic Puffin taken in 2004 with a Nikon Coolpix 990 hand-held to my binoculars.
This week its a Stonechat from me.
A house wren via flicker.
Every time I see a Greater Roadrunner, the Roadrunner/Coyote cartoon jingle runs through my head. It’s there now.
Here are my photos of the Tennessee Warbler I took while at Rock Cut State Park.
Bringing you more whooping crane photos!
A Northern Flicker gallery this time.
Great white egret here…
Barn swallows are up at my place.
Sandhill Cranes are passing through Washington State on the way South. They are very wary and extremely hard to get close to. Think I need a 500 mm lens. Time to start saving.
My photo is of a Cooper’s Hawk in Central Park.
Thanks to everyone for the wonderful submissions!! Make sure to add your photo for the next Bird Photography Weekly!!