Week #51 brings us to birds with stripes, spots or freckles. I thought of this challenge because I was a little freckle faced kid.
Osprey enjoy fresh fish. Sometimes from great heights, they will dive to pluck fish out of the water, shake off a bit and fly away in one fluid movement.
Week #40 challenge is birds in black & white, sepia, monotone or you can add a bit of selective color. Your choice of birds this week. I aligned this with Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is this week. The theme is Anything in Fight.
Week #39 of the Bird Weekly Photo Challenge is birds that eat fish as their primary diet. Some of my photos this week have been in other blogs, not necessarily Bird Weekly, but some are being recycled specifically for this challenge. Not all my birds were caught eating fish, but they are fish eaters. You do not have to show your fishing eating birds in the act.
Accipitridae, meaning small to large birds with strongly hooked bills, includes hawks, eagles, vultures, harriers and kites.
Week #32 challenge is Birds with brown feathers. This can be a splash of brown or brown all over! Many “girl” birds are brown whereas their more colorful boyfriend flashes his “Liberace” colors!
Happy 2021 everyone! Our first Bird Weekly Photo Challenge for the new year! We had some great birding in 2020 despite the challenges the world is facing with the pandemic, economy and job loss.
The feature image is a Pileated Woodpecker. The old Woody Woodpecker himself. More information on him below. Keep scrolling!
Week #9 challenge was Birds of Prey. Fabulous selections from all over the world by our bloggers this week with their osprey, hawks, eagles, vultures, buzzards, owls, kites, goshawks, harriers & falcons.