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Bird Photography Weekly

Last year at this time my sister and I popped over to Bermuda for a long weekend.  The weather was glorious.  We took pink buses around the island to walk pink sand beaches and shop in pink painted shops.  We ate rum cake, swam with the dolphins, tried mopeding, and of course, birded around the island.  One of my target birds was the Long-tailed Tropicbird.  We finally saw many of them the morning we were leaving.  The biggest surprise was that the most common bird on the island was the Great Kiskadee.  They were everywhere!!!  Once you have heard them, even without seeing them, there can be no mistake.

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Bird Photography Weekly

The 3rd edition of Bird Photography Weekly is up and the Birdfreak team wants your input.  Scour your photos, post it to your blog, then go leave a link.  Do it now.

I give you a Red-faced Cormorant in breeding plumage taken on a boat trip during the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival in Homer, Alaska.  Brrr.  It was cold on the water and the bird was far, so it is not a great picture, but an amazing one.

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