Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #39

Week #39 challenge was Birds that eat fish as their primary diet.

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.

For week #39 of Bird Weekly, you shared your birds that eat fish as their primary diet. Kingfishers were quite popular as I thought they would be. There were some really awesome shots whether it was a bird in action or in the act of looking for lunch or dinner! As I mentioned, there were no rules that the birds had to have a fish in their clutches but there were many that did. Those action shots are pretty incredible and for me, it is exciting to see it in real life rather than on television.


Kingfishers

Other Fisheaters

I encourage you to visit these blogs if you haven’t already 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 #40: Birds in black and white or sepia tone. Your choice of birds but you might want to include a link to Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge this week if your photos fit her theme this week as you put this together. Her theme this week is Anything in Flight. Cee’s B&W challenge runs from Thursday-Wednesday.

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

I look forward to seeing your creations this week!

19 Comments on “Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #39

  1. I guess my sepia shorebird didn’t make the cut? I figured he was a fish water. Great gallery nonetheless, Lisa! I’m also having issues with my phone opening posts from my outlook account. I can comment, if I type my name and email, and can’t like.

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