It's so usual... two birds different in one photo!
What was that saying again? "Birds of the same feathers flock together" or something like that anyway.
For me especially, 🤪😛😁 hahaha. Birds scamper and fly away when they see me!
So to encounter birds of different kinds...together so that I can take a photo of them... it is one in a million!
These are the birds that I took a photo of:
Source: Birds of Oahu
Scientific Name: Geopelia striata
Scientific Name: Paroaria coronata
They were separate at first.
The Red-created Cardinal stood there just as if it was saying: "Take my photo! You've been wanting a photo of a bird, don't you? Well, this is your chance!"
Then along comes the Zebra Dove... hurrying! As if to say: "Hey, wait for me. I want to be in the photo too!"
So, I took the photo!
TWO DIFFERENT BIRDS.
Ha!!! Two Different Birds!
I don't know if and when I would have the opportunity again to take a photo of birds. And to take photos of birds that are related to the week's theme of Feathered Friends. I am guessing that it will be a while.
Wish me luck though. I don't give up so easily.
I post an article daily, and I hope to see you again soon!
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