First up are some black swans (Cygnus atratus) which originated in Australia but are now fairly widespread, and a mallard duck doing some yoga exercises (or it could be just stretching a leg!)
From Bebops: This poster features two migrating Canada Geese sitting on a log in a shallow pond. Their brown, black and white markings are reflected in the water. The water ripples create a fascinating vertical pattern of reflected tree trunks. I have digitally enhanced my original photograph to create a watercolor effect. The second poster features a pair of house finches perched on a branch. The male has red plumage on his head and breast. The female is tan and brown with stripes. They stand out beautifully against the luminous green background. These belong to the American rosefinch family.
The Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) is a native of the American tropics, and Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) A north American woodpecker.
Sparrows sitting on a white picket fence, and an American White Ibis (Eudocimus albus)
A delightful tie with a pattern of flying egrets and some cut out Canada geese swimming around a mug.
This postcard features an original photo of a vibrant Red-Bellied Woodpecker rests in the dappled shade of a Peach tree. The poster is of a beautiful Little Blue Heron, searching for his dinner in a pond, surrounded by water Iris foliage.
Seagulls never miss the opportunity for a free lunch, and here one is homing in on some food being held out for it.
The White Stork (Ciconia ciconia) is a large wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. Its plumage is mainly white, with black on its wings. Adults have long red legs and a long pointed red bill. The two subspecies, which differ slightly in size, breed in the warmer parts of Europe (north to Estonia), northwestern Africa, southwestern Asia (east to southern Kazakhstan), and southern Africa. This stork is a strong migrant, wintering in tropical sub-Saharan Africa as far as southern South Africa, and also on the Indian subcontinent.
A Steller's Jay and some baby robins - I'm not sure which but I would imagine they are American Robins.
From bkmuir, a peregrine falcon and a tern in flight.
An interesting mandala pattern made from seagulls, and a colourful southeast Asian bird, the Nicobar pigeon, the only remaining member of it's genus Caloenas.
The feral pigeon is often given bad press as a pest but has some pretty colours in it's plumage, and a Canada goose posing at the water's edge.
What bird blog would be without some cute ducklings - they must be amongst the prettiest of baby birds. The second photo is an injured owl recovering in a sanctuary.
Native to Texas, a photo showing a screech owl in it's grey phase, and a mousepad with photo of a Roseate Spoonbill which is a wading/shore bird also found in Texas.