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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

I and the Bird #96

Oystercatcher

Seabrooke
Inspired by Black Oystercatchers I watched earlier this week in California, here is the latest I and the Bird (#96). Just like an oystercatcher, you're gonna have to hunt for the juicy bird blog posts. Click on an oyster or starfish image to see what you can find. There's plenty of great meat to be had, and even some pearls. But you're gonna have to work for them! Have fun!

oysters1AmberBethBillChrisChristianClareDaveDavidDuncanEricEvaHughJamesoysters2JamesJeffLizaJeffJeffJocelynJohnJohnJohnJulieJulieKennKyleoysters3
KyronLarryLauraLaurentL&DMikeNancyPatrickRickRobRogerSharonoysters4SusanSusannahTaiThe RidgerVickieYC

The next I and the Bird will be hosted by Great Auk-or Greatest Auk? Submit your posts there by April 2.

16 comments:

Seabrooke said...

I LOVE this! What a great idea! I'll have fun hunting through the oysters for those juicy nuggets.

Hugh said...

What a rich and fun version! Thanks!

The Zen Birdfeeder said...

Very clever and creative. Thanks for making me a starfish!

J. "Kyron" Hanson said...

Awesome idea Rob! I love it! Thanks for all the effort and creativity... and for including "Dreambirding". ;)

Amber Coakley said...

This is great! And fun! Looking forward to the feast :-)

James said...

Nicely done. I love this idea.

egretsnest said...

A diabolically fun I and the Bird! Can't wait to dig in!

Julie Zickefoose said...

Senor Fergus e el Rei do Carnaval!!

Dude, you can put me under an oyster shell any time. This Rawks.

birdchaser said...

Any oystercatchers find the secret hidden post yet? :-)

Beryl Singleton Bissell said...

What a delight! I am forwarding your blog to birdwatchers where I live . . . you have provided links to a veritable treasure trove of friends of featheredfriends.

Nate said...

Is the secret hidden post the Egret's Nest post at the bottom of the second set of oysters? It looks like a bum link to me. ; )

Great edition, I'm sorry I missed it.

birdchaser said...

You found it Nate, and thanks for the headsup I fixed the Blogger generated bogus code so the link now works. Thanks!

noflickster said...

Rob - this is intense! I found the hidden-though-broken link (saw that Nate got it, too), and many posts that I'm glad I "uncovered."

I haven't come across my submission yet, this is a very tricky (and clever) IATB!
-Mike

Wanderin' Weeta said...

Great idea! I'm an oyster!

:)

corey said...

mmm...oysters...mmm...

Love the post!

Gallicissa said...

What a cool presentation!
I am kicking myself for not being able to make it to this IATB.
Oh! well, next time.

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