Happy 2010!

We (Amy and Arthur) at Birdorable wish everyone a very happy new year. May 2010 bring you much happiness, lots of love, fine friendships and good health for you and your loved ones. Quiz for fun: In the following picture 95 different Birdorable birds make up the year "2010". Only one species is shown twice. Can you find it? Click the picture to embiggen.

Happy 2010 from Birdorable

Comments

Ashira on January 1, 2010 at 7:27 PM wrote:
The California Condor? ^____^
NatureFootstep on January 5, 2010 at 4:34 PM wrote:
I love all your birds. They are soo cool. :)

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