Friday, March 25, 2011

Tweeter Board

My new blogging friend, Jillsy Girl, is having a challenge on her blog called Tweets Around the World. This has nothing to do with Twitter; basically, she's trying to get 50 different types of birds on her "Tweeter Board" for the month of March.

Go check it out and see if you can help her add to it. As of this post there are 32 birds. Let's try to help her get 18 more. Hurry! There are only 6 days left! I thought I had a new one to add, but she already had a Carolina Wren. Darn! It'll be a hardship on me, but I'll probably go out this weekend to try to help her out. Ha ha, kidding on the hardship thing!!!!


9 comments:

Barbara said...

I think I might have a new one, but I don't know what it is! I'm about to give her a shout-out, too, and try to see if mine is a new one.

Kittie Howard said...

Gail, the blues, reds, and greens are magical. You've got a Christmas card here.

I don't know much about birds except they fly...I'm serious!

lisa said...

Still loving the beautiful light on this little one!
This sounds like a neat project. Going to check it out.
Have a fantastic weekend Gail!

Jillsy Girl said...

Oh, I LOVE the light on him! Thanks so much for the shout-out! With the help of all my blog buddies, I'm sure we'll hit the goal. Thanks again!

Henrietta said...

Hello Belle, what do you mean by edge or do you mean the frame!? No actions in that picture if I remember right only one texture. But hey you can send me a email and ask there every question you want and I reply to you:)
hassinenhenrietta at yahoo dot com
Now I hurry to work

Rosemary Aubut said...

So very beautiful Gail! I love taking and seeing pictures of birds! Will see what I have and see if I can add to her collection! Thanks your pictures and words are a joy to read!

hootnonny said...

So now you're a bird wrangler! I'll see what I can find...maybe I can find the Texas Wren since you've got Carolina covered.

Hilary said...

What a handsome little dude. Lovely lighting, here. Thanks for your visit to my blog. Always nice to see a new face wander in. :)

Rosie said...

This is really amazing, Gail! I don't know how you do it, but your bird photos are so gorgeous! Whenever I just think about getting my camera birds flee the scene ;-)