Week #28 challenge was Birds near or in the water or snow.
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With 71 percent of the Earth’s surface being water, I figured this bird weekly challenge would appeal to almost everyone. Like humans, birds need water to survive. Fresh water for drinking and the critters who live there that provide food for our feathered friends. Salt water and brackish water fill our oceans and rivers with an ecosystem that we must take care of and keep the pollution out to keep our birds from becoming endangered. For those who have snow, eventually that snow melt in the springtime will fill your rivers and lakes as life comes back from hibernation.
Reminder, there is no Bird Weekly today. I’m taking Christmas off for the rest of the day. We will be back next Friday on January 1st with Birds with long wingspans. We are going birding next week so I’m excited to captures some new birds. It’s been about 2 months since I’ve really been hiking and birding.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays to you and your family! I raise my glass to you all for a much better 2021!
Welcome to the newcomers, Catherine, Tish and Robert.
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Next up: Week #29: Birds with laong wingspans (January 1, 2021).
I look forward to seeing your creations this week!