Bird Photograph(s) of the Week – 12/10/21

One Just Won’t Do

As I was reviewing possible candidates for today’s Bird Photograph of the Week I would note one GreatBirdPic by Emil Baumbach, then another, and another.  It was so hard to pick just one of his pics I decided to cheat and rename today’s post Bird Photograph(s) of the Week.  Congratulations and thanks to Emil Baumbach for sharing so many wonderful shots!

First off, a eye-level picture of a White-throated Sparrow.


This image of a European Starling is startling! Look at the iridescent glow around the head and detail.


You know what makes this next picture a GreatBirdPic for me?  It’s that little strand of grass hanging down from the Greater White-fronted Goose’s bill.


Look at how the colors of the water compliment the colors in the Cackling Goose in this next picture.  A bit of a reflection in there, too!


Finally, a picture of a rarity – a hybrid Snow Goose (head) and Cackling Goose (body).  I’d never even heard of this type of hybrid, let alone see a picture of one.


Stay Safe.  Go Birding.  Take pics.  Share here.  Repeat.  


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