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kslagboom ADMIN October 9, 2017
When posting photos, it is REQUIRED that you tag your photos with the correct "common" and "scientific/latin names" per Clements 6th edition.
REF: www.birds.cornell.edu/clementschecklist/

Tagged photos help make the resource better. Untagged photo's may be at risk to be deleted from the pool. Also, please include the location of your photo either as a tag or in the comments section of the image. Thanks and good birding.

Group Description

Bird Photography - British Columbia - Field Guide. Get yours at flagrantdisregard.com/flickr

Guideline for posting photos

1. This group is primarily for displaying/sharing photos of wild birds that have been photographed in British Columbia.

2. Related photos such as a rare bird photographed adjacent to the province that has/may have occurred recently in BC are ok.

3. As a best practice, tag photos with both the common name and scientific name of the species photographed. In the photo details, consider including date/time and location/geo-tagging information of the photo plus a lively blurb on how you got your great shot!

4. The group will error on this side of acceptance when in doubt.

Field Guide List of the Birds of British Columbia as per as per Clement's 5th Edition...

Hyper-List of British Columbia Birds by Common Name A to L

Hyper-List of British Columbia Birds by Common Name M to Z

On the Web

A photo stream of the Latest Photos is displayed at Birding BC. Group members are welcome to participate in the Birding BC online forums-->Birding Photography and further showcase their photos.

Group Rules

This group exists to provide a visual field guide to the birds of British Columbia.

Only wild, unrestrained birds photographed within British Columbia should be posted to this group.

Due to ongoing disturbance issues, photos of owls of any species are not allowed in this group.

Images should be of sufficient quality to aid in the identification of the species tagged in the photo.

Images should not be altered to the point that the field marks of the subject are no longer relevant to identification.

All photos must be tagged with the common name of the bird species in the photo. It would also be helpful if all photos were tagged with the scientific name as well.

All photos must be posted with a date the photo was taken.

Unless there is an issue with a sensitive species, sensitive habitat, or private property, all photos should include the site or area where the bird was photographed.

All photos posted here must have been taken under ethical birding/photography situations. See the following link for clarification.
www.torontobirding.ca/toc-docs/CodeofEthics.pdf

Repeated violations of this agreement may lead to the removal of membership of this group.

Additional Info

  • This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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