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Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge – Birds with White Feathers

Here is my entry for Lisa’s from Our Eyes Open blog, Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge with the topic of Birds withWhite Feathers.

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  1. That looks like the kind of place swans like to nest. Reminds me of the reedy end of Whitinsville Pond. There are few birds as fully white as a swan. White seems to be the ‘beachy color” for birds.


  2. Love the expression on the cockatoo! The gull looks like a California Gull. Would like to get my eyes on another one, but we have only had one rare one visit Florida in past years. Still looking for my first swan that isn’t in a zoo. 🙂 Wonderful white feathered birds this week, Cee! 🙂


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