On June 12, 2020, Bird Weekly was launched into the blog world. Since then, we have seen some incredible birds from all over the world. I find this to be a fun and rewarding challenge.
Week #51 brings us to birds with stripes, spots or freckles. I thought of this challenge because I was a little freckle faced kid.
White-tailed Deer roaming the grounds at Princess Place Preserve in Palm Coast, Florida. Princess Place is a 1,500 acre preserve with a list of amenities.
Welcome to Week #50 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge. Week #50 challenge is Two or more bird species in one photograph. (6/4/21) Your choice of birds.
Week #49 challenge is birds using selective color with most of the photo being monochrome, black and white or sepia tone. Your choice of birds.
Week #48 challenge is birds beginning with a “G” in the title (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 Heron or Common Gallinule).
Welcome to Week #47 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge. Week #47 challenge is birds with a color in their name such as a Yellow Warbler or Great Blue Heron. As long as it is a color from the color wheel in the title of the name, it will qualify for this challenge. White is a color.
A family of Ibises were hanging out at the boat ramp at Lake Deaton in The Villages, Florida. We had stopped here on our way back to Jacksonville from Tampa on Monday. My camera settings were set for close up shots so the other two birds were not in focus. The two adults were in full breeding colors.
Welcome to Week #46 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge. Week #46 challenge is birds perched up on anything.
Week #45 challenge is birds in Flight. Birds are hard to capture in flight.