The Wild Bird Trust are excited to announce that we are launching the Wild Bird Revolution blog site, www.wildbirdrevolution.org, and as such we will be migrating off of the National Geographic Society’s Newsroom platform effective immediately. The Wild Bird Trust will be making additional investments in advertising the new site and aim to build a map-based photo-sharing platform by the end of the 2020 where we will permanently display all of the “Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week“. Thank you to everyone that has shared this epic journey with us.
There are now over 1 million followers on the Wild Bird Trust Facebook Page, making it one of the most popular birdwatching pages in the world. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the National Geographic Society for hosting over 200 editions of the “Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week“, and we look forward to future birds and birding collaborations.
Thank you to all the photographers who submit their beautiful bird photographs on a weekly basis to our Facebook Page. You are getting your stunning wild bird photographs onto Facebook pages around the world and are creating an awareness about the beauty and variety of birds in the wild across all continents.
Thanks again to National Geographic! Getting to this point would have been impossible without you. To the future!
Here is to a new decade of stunning, award-winning wild bird photography!
Steve and the Wild Bird Revolution team.
Wattled Lapwing. Photo by Kostadin Luchansky