Week #50 challenge was Two or more bird species in one photograph. (6/4/21)
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I really enjoyed this challenge because we were not focused on just one single bird. I left many of my photos uncropped so you could get more of the scene that was seen by me. Safety in numbers is one of the first lessons we are taught as children. Birds are quite similar and not just within their own species but they help protect others species by sounding an alert when a predator is near.
Two birds that tend to flock together during spring migration on the east coast of the U.S. is the American Robins and Cedar Waxwings. I couldn’t find my photos of them so I didn’t share any. Since my neighbor cut down most of his trees, the waxwings haven’t been with the robins the last two season. NO BERRIES!
Susan tried to capture two birds together. I included her swan. She stated that her phone’s storage alerted “FULL” so she wasn’t able to take another photo with the duck in it. Keep trying Susan! That kind of stuff has happened to all of us.
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Next up: Week #51 – Birds with stripes, spots or freckles. (6/11/21).
I look forward to seeing your creations this week!