The Eastern Bluebirds are, yes you guessed it on the east coast and throughout the midsection of North America and down into Central America. The Western Bluebirds are on the west coast from just into Canada and down to Mexico. Mountain Bluebirds are in the mountains from Mexico to well further south into Canada and Alaska than the Western Bluebird.
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 #33 challenge is Birds on a wire or fence. I will accept on a railing or dock too.
The feature image is a Black-crowned Night Heron. They give us plenty of photo opportunities up close and personal when we visit Lettuce Lake Park in Tampa, Florida.
This Eastern Bluebird was taken with my Sony with no editing except a little cropping.
Welcome to Week #6 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge. Week #6 challenge is Woodpeckers | Sapsuckers | Flickers. Upcoming challenges can be found on my Bird Weekly Challenge Page. The feature image is a Red-bellied Woodpecker that seemed oblivious while I stood at… Continue Reading “Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Woodpeckers | Sapsuckers | Flickers”
Week #5 challenge was Feathers of Blue
Next week #6 is Woodpeckers, Sapsuckers and Flickers.
The word “merganser” comes from Latin meaning “plunging goose”.