Friday, August 18, 2006

Photo Feast

This blog has become too text-heavy. Time for some visual treats! Thanks to photo-hosting sites like Flickr (which offer free and paid accounts), birders can feast their eyes on many photos of feathered critters.

Here are some appetizers. Enjoy!


supercilium uploaded this Least Sandpiper to the Field Guide: Birds of the World group.



jvverde shared this Common Moorhen in Flickr's Field Guide: Birds of the World group.



woodcreeper digiscoped this Hooded Warbler during the World Series of Birding in New Jersey in mid-May.

2 Comments:

Blogger Susan Gets Native said...

My precocious 4 1/2 year old laid this one on me when she saw the photo of the hooded warbler, when I told her the name: "That bird has a yellow mask! It should be called a MASKED warbler." I don't think I can argue with that. It makes more sense that other bird names we have.

August 19, 2006 7:37 PM  
Blogger Amy said...

Little ones do see things more clearly than the rest of us, don't they? (c:

August 21, 2006 12:30 PM  

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