Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #18

Week #18 challenge was Birds beginning with the letter “A”.

Disclaimer: If anyone has an issue with me using their photos in the round ups, please kindly let me know. I haven’t had anyone say anything, but I don’t want you to think I’m using your photographs for personal gain. I’m here to show what great work you are doing with your photography by showing you off in these posts.

When we learn the English alphabet, we are taught, “A” is for apple. This week, “A” is for Anhinga, Avocet, American this and Australian & African that. Then there were the use of the scientific names of our avian favs that took the “A” right out of the box.

Well, the Anhinga takes the bird of the week! I have shared some of my favorite other “A listers” this week as well. If time continues to permit, I will feature a bird from each of you every week. No promises, but I will try and do my best. I enjoy seeing your feathered friends & hearing about your adventures as much as I enjoy sharing mine.

Other “A” listers for this week! The grace of the American Avocet, the swiftness of the African Harrier Hawk, the quickness of Anna’s Hummingbird and the fine acrobatic abilities of the American Goldfinches are different attributes of each of the birds below.

An Assortment of “A” birds!

How about that pelican! Doesn’t he look like he is up to no good? I just fell in love with Aletta’s Blue Crane. Maria is new to Bird Weekly so hope everyone will welcome her and her kingfisher to our little world!

I encourage you to visit their blogs and see what amazing things they have going on. If I missed your post or there was a problem with a pingback, please let me know and I will be glad to add you to the list. Remember to pingback from my post of that week and not my page. Liking my page is encouraged!

Next up: Week #19: Birds in your yard or garden.

VISIT MY BIRD WEEKLY PAGE FOR A FULL LIST OF UPCOMING CHALLENGES AND RULES!

I look forward to seeing your creations this week!

11 Comments on “Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #18

  1. We just love our birds, Lisa! No owl for me either, although I have heard the unmistakable hoot in my neighborhood in the wee hours. Some great images you rounded up! Now off to take a look at the ones I missed!

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