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:? How do I submit photos, paintings, etc?
Go to the Gallery tab, choose which folder you want to contribute to, and click the + sign next to the folder name. Then choose the deviation you want to submit.

Please submit only your own work. If you want your friend's work to be in our gallery, simply invite them to the group!

Please submit only your BEST work! We screen all submissions for quality, following these standards.

Be patient when waiting for your submission to be accepted. Due to the large number of people in this group, it can take several days for your work to be accepted. We only accept 20 works a day.

You are limited to 1 submission a week.

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Wow, how time flies... STOCK Raven Flying (with Alpha Layer) by netzephyr

It has now been ten whole years since Birds-Club was founded! Can you believe that?! :faint: We have come a long way since grugster created the club. Back then, there weren't even any official groups. We used a normal user profile for our group, and admin had to take turns logging in to help curate the gallery. When Groups premiered in 2009 or 2010, we were one of the first clubs to take advantage of the new format. Our group has had its ups and downs, and at the end of the day, we will always be here for your bird art addiction! :D

Now, it's time for a feature!

Here is some artwork from our still-active admin. Thanks to every one of you for volunteering your time with this group :heart:

Shrike Meditation by meihua Bow Down by mydigitalmind ACEO: American Goldfinch by DanielleMWilliams

Picking daisies by Ptitenanette Gotta Love Autumn Leaves by AlphaaCrest Golden friendships by Cmac13

If you want to be included in our ten-year feature, here's what you have to do:
  1. Choose your favorite bird-related art from your gallery.
  2. Choose your favorite bird-related art from someone else.
  3. Post the thumb codes for both of them in the comments of this blog! I will update the blog in two days.

That's it! Hope to see lots of great photos and art from our devoted and talented members!


White-backed Vulture by Sudlice 

CORVUS CORAX by khamuslestat blue bird by missayeka Hands up, this is a robbery! by AlejandroCastillo 

Too in bloo by lapis-lazuri 

Bee eaters by BogdanBoev Sparrows by tanafeyroyale bird with flower-1 by Ruth-Yang 
eagle owl etching by Nenu
Post Birds by kiriOkami Big catch by Mogrianne Common Loon Spreading Its Wings by GarryKirsch 
Cuddle buddy by plumita1 
Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops) by Sergey-Ryzhkov Black Swan with a Pearl... by altergromit yabbadabbadoooooooooo... by plumita1  Vermiculated Screech Owl by robbobert
Another Day Gone Past by CRGPhotography
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meihua Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2015
I've posted it in our ID blog, and I hope one of our members can help you out!…
MLP-Candy-Blossom Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
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Arron-the-hedgie-24 Featured By Owner Edited Aug 13, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Hi!, I'm kaylee. And I love your photos!

but I'm here to ask a question. If any of you can answer it.
so today I've found a Male American Krestel. Aaaand, i don't know what to do with it can you help?? 


if anyone reponds whenever they know or not I really thank you for your help, it's quite an emergency here.
DanielleMWilliams Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You could try your local Audubon Society as well.  They specialize in rehabilitating birds and usually have rescues for birds they can't relocate.  Keeping it is wicked illegal, and you can rack up massive fines if you get caught.
Arron-the-hedgie-24 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah I know what the fines are, but I'm not keeping it like forever. Only like 2 weeks and that's it, because it's becoming a juvenile and it's starting to learn how to hunt by himself.
mydigitalmind Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Are you sure it fell out of the nest? It looks old enough to have fledged. It's hard to tell because your hands are covering the feathers, but they look pretty well-developed. Have you left him alone to see if the mom showed up? You could place him up high where the cats cannot get to him. If she didn't, look for a local wildlife rehabber and bring it to them. Also, you should know that it is very illegal for you to keep it in your house without proper permits. Good luck!
Arron-the-hedgie-24 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
The mother wasn't there but the father died because ripped wing were everywhere, I'm currently feeding him with raw chicken meat, but I'm not sure when he is old enough to go out back into the wild where we found him. Right now he keeps demanding food and large space to fly in, he's flying all over the place!
Cmac13 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2015   General Artist
call your local animal rescue center for help
Arron-the-hedgie-24 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
I did, which they never showed up for some reason. .-.
Ptitenanette Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
You could put the bird in a box (e.g. shoe box or bigger) with some newspaper or a towel on the bottom and drive the bird to your local animal rescue centre, if they'e not able to come to your house? Caring for young birds is difficult and so it is always better to bring wild birds to rescue centres. In the meantime, I would leave the bird alone as much as possible (again in a box in a safe and quiet space and with enough air to make sure it can breathe properly) as it will get stressed from being handled to much. I am not entirely sure how you can give it water and if it would be able to drink directly from a cup - but if eats raw chicken this may bring him water as well as food. 

Sorry I can't be of any more help. Are the parents still around the nest by any chance?
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