Tag: #ibis

Thursday Trio – Ibises

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.

A-Z Challenge – I is for Ibis

The Glossy Ibis looks black however if you have a good pair of binoculars, you will be able to see deep maroon, emerald, bronze and violet feathers.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Reflections of Birds

Welcome to Week #41 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge. Week #41 challenge is reflection of birds. The bird(s) and it (their) reflection of themselves and your choice.

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 – Photo Challenge – Long legged Birds

Limpkin with a snail in the beak.

Long-legged birds tend to have a pronounced strut when they walk. Long legs are something I know nothing about since I’m only 5′ 1″ tall. I related much better to the short-legged bird challenge.

Bird Weekly Round-Up – Week #10

Week #10 challenge was Yellow or Orange Legged Birds. Lots of ducks and shorebirds, chickens and penguins, a loon and a Scarlet Ibis! Pelicans are my favorite bird…sorry for the prejudiceness, but they are and we had some people American White Pelicans adorn our monitors this week.

Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Waders

Waders are found all over the world on every continent except Antarctica. Identifying waders is pretty easy even for the person who isn’t a birder. Loosely classified are Cranes, Egrets, Herons, Ibises, Rails, Spoonbills, Storks, Flamingos and other species.

CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – BIRDS III

Here is the link to this week’s Black & White Photo Challenge. Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – Birds Limpkin squawking up a storm with about 20 others. White Juvenile Ibis feeding Black-Crowned Night Heron preparing to strike American Coot

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