Spot the Arctic Bird

Big Fun, Small Prize

Funny how birds can disappear into a scene. Sometime just a photographic co-incidence, often an illustration of plumage adaptation to surroundings. Within the photo below is a bird taken in the Arctic which I will talk about more in the next couple of days. If you can find the bird (become more ‘obvious’ once you find it) and identify it, first one correct gets free memory stick (a few left) or a free cup of tea and piece of cake from me when you visit Flamborough (or Spurn if I am there)!

s…not easy. Going to have a go? Here it is:

spot the bird

16 thoughts on “Spot the Arctic Bird

  1. Bomber

    This is a very long distance shot of some very large rocks. We therefore have to be looking a large bird. Using the photographic ‘rule of thirds’ I would say there is the head of a Snowy Owl at the intersection of said lines at the bottom right hand sector. The alternate solution is indeed that this is an early April Fool. If so, very good!

  2. Eugene Archer

    Grey bird, facing away, dark tail band, sitting with wings open on the middle of the 3 pinkish rocks just left of the centre of the photo. Wild guess before I go to bed; Peregrine !

  3. Pere Baucells

    I can’t see any bird but I bet for a Rock Ptarmigan …. And please let us know where it is because it will make us get back crazy !!!!!


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