Bird Weekly Challenge #21: Birds with Black Feathers

I searched through my archives for birds with black feathers and came up with birds I saw in Alaska, Texas, Colorado, and close to home in Georgia. The photo above is a Hooded Merganser at Inks Lake in Texas.

Oystercatcher in Alaska
Puffins on the Columbia Glacier Cruise from Valdez, Alaska
Whooping Cranes in Texas
Black Billed Magpie, Colorado
Wood Stork on nest in Georgia

Thank you Lisa. for this Bird Weekly Challenge #21: Birds with Black Feathers

17 thoughts on “Bird Weekly Challenge #21: Birds with Black Feathers

  1. Beautiful pictures! I especially like the Puffins. My dad did some woodcarving as a hobby. I have a picture of a puffin he carved. I’ll have to track down where it ended up. I also like the red beak of the oystercatcher. That’s a new one for me! Enjoy your day!

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  2. Wonderful array of photos from your travels, Beth! The Puffin is my #1 bucket list bird! The Black Billed Magpie & Black Oystercatcher would be lifers too! The Whooping Cranes would be as well even though I saw them as a kid…that doesn’t count. Thanks for sharing these awesome birds with us! πŸ™‚ BTW…That male merganser is quite beautiful!

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  3. Your bird photos are always great. We always refer to seasonal residents in Florida as “snowbirds”. I guess you could call the hooded mergansers snow birds as well because they are winter residents in our part of Florida. I don’t see them often on our pond but they really are cute.

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