Lisa Coleman has a new photo challenge called Bird Weekly. Each week is a different topic: this week it is Black & White or Sepia, and it is my first time participating.
Our main source of entertainment in the last several months at our senior community has been our resident birds. Two pairs of swans are brought to campus every March and are taken back in October. They are supposed to scare away the Canada geese – in this they have been a total failure!! We also have ducks, geese and a heron who drops in every day.
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This is a wonderful gallery of feathered friends. So glad you joined us this week. I have yet to see swans in the wild. The silhouette is wonderful. 😊
Thank you, V.J.!
You are welcome!