Living on the east coast of the United States, gives me opportunity to share some “Eastern” varieties of birds. Lots of Egrets and other “E” birds for this week. I thought in honor of the “E” birds this week, I would mention to all my friends, bloggers and those who may be new to Bird Weekly about Ebird.org.
Week #37 of Bird Weekly was all about the white feathered birds. The controversy of whether it is a color or not is an interesting subject. Technically, black and white are not colors at all but are shades.
Is white a color? Crayola sure considered it a color in 1930 when the white crayon was added to a 16 count box. However, technically black and white are not colors and are considered shades.
Week #36 of Bird Weekly proved to be a difficult week showcasing hawks. One of the hardest hawks to identify is the Cooper’s Hawk vs. the Sharp-shinned Hawk.
Accipitridae, meaning small to large birds with strongly hooked bills, includes hawks, eagles, vultures, harriers and kites.
Week #35 of Bird Weekly celebrated some of our favorite birds and the birds we love in honor of Valentine’s Day…if you celebrate it.
Even if you don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day, I know you love birds and while out birding, it’s like Valentine’s Day everyday…especially when you see a new or rare bird.
Week #34 challenge is Birds beginning with the Letter “D” in the title. This prove to be a difficult one for me because there are not that many “D” birds that I have images of other than the normal doves and ducks.
Never assume anything when you see birds on a wire. If you have your binoculars in hand, check them out. They are not always the common blackbird, starling or dove.
Week #33 challenge is Birds on a wire or fence. I will accept on a railing or dock too.
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