This week’s topic for CFFC is Birds Of All Kind. I’ve gone into my archive to pull out a few of my favorite photos. I hope you enjoy.
The Gray Crowned Crane is my featured picture. Such a large, gorgeous bird. This one was at an animal rescue farm; however, I would love to see one in the wild some time. Native to in eastern and southern Africa, they are the national bird of Uganda.
I found this bird’s nest on the sidewalk to be so captivating. I have even written a poem for this photograph, Our Place. Swing by and check it out sometime.
The Mallard Duck is a familiar bird to many as it inhabits the Americas, Eurasia, and North Africa. Furthermore, they have been introduced to New Zealand, Australia, Peru, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, the Falkland Islands, and South Africa. Whew! We can almost say they are everywhere 😉.
The Victoria Crown Pigeon is a ground-dwelling pigeon native to New Guinea. Although, I saw this beauty at the zoo.
The Scarlet Ibis inhabits tropical South America and part of the Caribbean.
Bird Tailfeathers – There’s something entrancing about watching geese, so I had to write about it. If you would like check out my poem View Of The Pond along with a few other photos.
Thanks for taking the time to check out my post! Have a wonderful day.
With a grateful heart,