Group DescriptionGoals Of This Group
Our main goal here at Burdr is to bring people who enjoy birds and birdwatching together. Many of you are scattered across the world, but it is our common passion for birds that connects us.
Here at Burdr we know that the people who enjoy birds are often times just as interesting as the birds we watch. We want to share your stories and photos with the world!
This group is simply a place for you to share and discuss your photos of birds with people from all corners of the earth.
We have just a few simple rules for the group. First, we ask that you do not post any photos of dead birds. We understand the whole "cycle of life", but we would rather have those photos posted in another group.
Second, we ask you to not post any photos of caged birds. We understand that there are many people that keep birds as pets, but we would rather have those photos posted elsewhere.
Finally, in order for your pictures to have an equal chance to be viewed, this group has a 5 picture per day post limit. This helps keep the pages of photos full of a variety of pictures from different group members.
If your leaving a comment on a photo in this group, let the photographer know you found it here! Just copy and paste the following code at the bottom of your comment.
<b>( Seen in the <a href="https://www.flickr.com/groups/burdr">Burdr</a> Flickr Group )</b>
It should like this after you post your comment:
( Seen in the Burdr Flickr Group )
We have many plans for different social tools here at Burdr that will ultimately help us reach our main goal. Once such tool that we use is Twitter. Occasionally, we will link to photos in this group on our Burdr Twitter account. We do this so people beyond Flickr will have the chance to discover your photos!
We will keep you informed of other exciting things that we will launch soon!
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Members can post 5 things to the pool each day.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe