Well for this challenge a family member was called upon to do his upward “thing”…. but like all things that go up, they must also come down… lucky there is a swimming pool beneath him….
Have a look at this.. a statement about our software program.
Southern Red Bishop or Red Bishop (Euplectes orix) and the Yellow-crowned Bishop (Euplectes afer)
The “Red” is common in wetlands and grassland in Africa south of the Equator. That found North of the Equator is known as the Northern Red Bishop… how flipping clever is that… why do they come up with these names, if you stand on the Equator and the bird hops across, do you change it’s name.??
The “Yellow” is native to Africa south of the Sahara. Now come on .. what’s the difference here?? When I was young and collected birds eggs as a hobby, we knew these birds as the red and yellow bishop bird, when did they change.?
The males of the species become more bright in colour during mating season, where the both tend to build a few nests and attempt to attract females… the “Red” breed in colonies but the “Yellow” is a little more shy and tends to breed alone.. must be self conscious…
Any way here are a few photos of both…
So I go………. and find…??? Yes the Yellow…
So I take the hint and go home… what does the wife say? “Why you home so early?” Should I tell her.?? Should I say that two little birds 4 inches long and weighing next to nothing have told me to take a hike.?? Not this Bulldog….
Hey I’m not to ofay with these artistic terms and hope I’ve got the message right from Sonel… here’s mine….
These are all photos I took on the beach and worked a little magic… I hope it fits the bill….