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Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Birds Beginning with the Letter “E”

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.

Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #37

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.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Birds with White Feathers

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.

Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #36

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.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Hawks

Accipitridae, meaning small to large birds with strongly hooked bills, includes hawks, eagles, vultures, harriers and kites.

Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #35

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.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Birds You Love

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.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Birds Beginning with the Letter “D”

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.

Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #33

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.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Birds on a Wire or a Fence

Week #33 challenge is Birds on a wire or fence. I will accept on a railing or dock too.

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