Bird Weekly Photo Challenge: Birds Beginning with the Letter D.

Okay, I cheated a bit. Just no real doves or darters in my photo files. I made these detritus birds out of shells and a fruit crate that washed ashore during past years at the beach. Keeps me out of trouble.

For the Bird Weekly Challenge

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14 thoughts on “Bird Weekly Photo Challenge: Birds Beginning with the Letter D.

  1. slmret

    Love all your detritus ducks! I’m a little surprised that the duck in the first two shots swam across the lake rather than flying — that was a lot of efrort for no reward, but he must have had reward on other occasions!

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  2. SAM VOELKER

    You did not show a “Keebird”. Common to the Dakotas~! It sits on a frozen barbed ware fence with its tail on one side and his head on the other. Its call is “KEEE-rist, it’s cold~!

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      That’s my favorite, too. I actually kept that one and it’s on my animal wall in the doggie domaine. In addition to the fact that the dogs needed their own room, it was worth it just to get more walls to hang artwork on!

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