Week #39 – Birds that eat fish as their primary diet.
Week #40 – Black & white or sepia (monochrome) your choice of birds.
Week #41 – Reflections as in a mirror reflection of the bird and itself. Your choice of birds!
SPRING BREAK – NO BIRD WEEKLY THIS WEEK. It is our anniversary so we will be out birding!
Week #42 – Birds you saw within the past two weeks.
Week #43 – Birds with chicks.
Week #44 – Birds beginning with the letter “F” (if a bird has more than one word of the name, you can use it as long as it begins with a “F”, ie: Ferruginous Hawk or House Finch)
Week #45 – Birds in flight
Week #46 – Birds perched up on anything
Week #47 – Birds with a color in their name (Yellow Warbler, White Ibis)
Week #48 – Birds beginning with a “G” (if a bird has more than one word of the name, you can use it as long as it begins with a “G”, ie: Green Egret or Common Gallinule)
Week #49 – Black and white photos of birds with a spot of color (technical challenge).
Week #50 – Two or more bird species in one photograph.
Week #51 – Birds with spots or freckles.
This weekly bird photo challenge is topic related. For a list of upcoming topics, please see the list at the bottom of this page. I will list a few weeks in advance to give you an opportunity to go out and find your birds. Archival images would be great too!
This challenge is for hard core birders, backyard birding, novice nature lovers who happen to photograph birds and anyone who receives joy from watching & photographing birds. You DO NOT have to be a professional photographer to play along.
This challenge will accept and encourage original video footage, but YOU MUST HAVE AT LEAST ONE STILL PHOTO IN YOUR BLOG to go along with your video.
Be creative and challenge yourself.
ENJOY and have FUN. Here are the rules:
Create a Bird Weekly Post
If possible, tell us the species of the bird(s) and/or where you were when you took the photo. If you don’t know the bird species, maybe one of the followers can help you out in their comments. We are all here to teach and learn as well!
Then add a link to your blog in my comment box on my weekly post, not this page.
To make it easy for others to check out your photos and post, title your blog post “Bird Weekly Challenge” or use the “#BIRDWEEKLY” tag.
Create a pingback by copying my URL from MY POST for the week and link it inside your post. It will be different each week. You can get to my post if it has turned green on the weekly list above.
Remember to Follow My Blog to get your weekly reminders.
Use the BIRD WEEKLY Badge in your post if you choose to.
I will usually respond to your entry on your blog, rather than on my page. Do not forget to check for upcoming topics from this page located at the bottom. Patience is appreciated as this is my very first challenge offering and hopefully everything works. Fingers Crossed!