Birds that start with the letter ‘E’ for Bird Weekly Challenge. Featured is an Eastern Kingbird – a summer resident here. The Bald Eagles are regulars, and the odd Great Egret wanders through from time to time.

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

29 thoughts on “E-birds

  1. Wonderful “E” birds. I’m so glad you put in an Eastern Kingbird. I couldn’t find mine. I have a whole card of photos missing and have no idea where they are. Hopefully, they will turn up. πŸ™‚

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      1. Here’s a tip. Whatever you photograph the most, create a folder with a general name. Dump all photos that pertain to that subject into that folder. See what you have left. Keep making folders and dumping. You don’t have to tediously go through all of them and sort them in the sub-categories or even filter out the good and bad. Just get them into subject folders. I’m still a long way from having mine done. Like months or a year maybe but now when I take photos, I move them from my card based on the subject. Sometimes there is only one (birds) or maybe 2 or three subjects. I don’t go through each image at that time. I just get them off my card using Explorer and onto my external hard drive. I do have 2 monitors so it makes it easier for me to do.
        Just a thought. πŸ™‚

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      2. I think none of us have a life right now. What I wouldn’t do to hug somebody, anybody right now. I’m a hugger and love peeps! Hoping life gets back to some kind of norm at some point. πŸ™‚

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  2. Excellent photos! I love to hear birds chirping in the morning! Maybe we will be lucky enough to have birds build a nest in our potted plants this year. We were blessed with doves for a few years and then they stopped.

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      1. The bird group I belong to on Facebook, mentioned there is a documentary on Netflix called Dancing with the Birds. They say it is uplifting, I thought it might interest you!

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