Wild Weekly Photo Challenge : Birds of a Feather

“Birds come in all shapes and sizes, colors and kinds. The modern day descendants of dinosaurs, you will find birds in the warm tropical rainforests and in the coldest Antarctic. This week, we’re challenging you to turn your lens toward some feathery friends and capture your best shots of birds! Going forward, we’re going to be making the Wild Weekly Photo Challenge even more challenging and fun by choosing just 2 honorable mention winners.

Lorikeets in the rain

Lorikeets in the rain

Lorikeets

Lorikeets

Jabiru's on the nest

Jabiru’s on the nest

Macaw

Macaw

Crimson Rosellas

Crimson Rosellas

Major Mitchell Cockatoo

Major Mitchell Cockatoo

Pelican taking off

Pelican taking off

Tawny frogmouth

Tawny frogmouth

Little Corella

Little Corella

Blue Wren

Blue Wren

Kookaburra

Kookaburra

 

 

Young Magpies

Young Magpies

Peacock

Peacock

 

Let’s be wild” is an on line travel magazine with stories and photographs from travellers around the world. Every week they set a challenge for photographers to enter and this week it is “bird’s of a feather”

Here are a few birds I have captured on my trips around Australia and in my back yard plus some from wild life sanctuaries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Wild Weekly Photo Challenge : Birds of a Feather

  1. Glorious! Glorious! Glorious! The pink cockatoo is to die for!! Kudos to you~

    • Thanks Cindy that is a lovely comment from some one who takes such beautiful bird photos, especially the ones you capture in flight

  2. Wonderful photos!! I just love the variety you have here! Thanks so much for sharing them 🙂

  3. My favorites are the pelican and the lovey-dovey parrots. 🙂

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