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Bird weekly – Photo challenge – Birds that primarily eat fish

The topic for this weeks bird weekly photo challenge is birds that primarily eat fish. I don’t really have a lot a photographs of birds that eat fish but here are some although some eat other things as well as fish.

Sea gulls

Red crowned crane

Cormorant – I think that is what these are but couldn’t really get any closer.

Flamingos

Swans

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Bird weekly – Photo challenge – Birds with white feathers

Although I am slightly late for this weeks it is nice to get back to searching my photographs for pictures of birds, at the moment they still seem to be one of my favourite things to photograph even with a fear for them flying close to me. The topic for this weeks bird weekly photo challenge is birds with white feathers.

Swans

This has to be one of my favourite birds with white feathers, to me they are so graceful.

Trumpeter Swan
Mute Swan
Black necked swans

Seagull

This is probably one of the most common birds that I see were I live so it would be so wrong of me to not put at least one seagull picture in this blog. This one is one of the regular visitors to where I work (A school, so lots of possibilities of food dropped on the floor by the kids) they certainly like to get up close and personal.

The following images are those birds with flashes of white feathers somewhere on their body as opposed to being all white.

Pigeon
Duck
Moorhen
Chaffinch
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Bird weekly – Photo challenge – Birds in your yard or Garden

This weeks bird weekly photo challenge topic is birds found in your yard or garden.

My pictures where all taken in the garden area surrounding our caravan. I love looking out of the window to see the birds. This year there seem to be so many more than normal or maybe I am just noticing them more.

I have been trying to get a photograph of a ring-necked dove but everytime I get the camera ready it flies away.

Blue tit
Black bird
Starling
Chicken
Pheasant
Ducks (various)
Swans
Moorhen
Goldfinches
Song thrush
Pigeon
Hawk (sparrow hawk)

This one we have only seen once but from what we were told there was a family nesting at an extremely local farm.