Below are a few bird pictures.
Look at them.
Note the object they remind you of.
Then check if your association matches the standard one provided as a link in the caption below each image.
If it does, you get 1 point.
If it doesn't, you get 0 points.
Cormorant (Baltic Coast, September) Standard Association
Green Heron (Michigan - August) Standard Association
Kentucky Warbler (St. Louis, July - THANKS Charlie for the brightness) Standard Association
Yellowhammer (Germany, August) Standard Association
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (Michigan, August) Standard Association
Black-And-White Warbler (Ohio, May) Standard Association
Northern Parula (Ohio, May) Standard Association
Little Blue Heron (St. Louis, July) Standard Association
Great Blue Heron (Michigan, July) Standard Association
Ovenbird (Ohio, May) Standard Association
8 to 10 points
Good news: you may go on birding the way you currently do. No negative psychological impact detectable, you're still a perfectly normal member of society.
5 to 7 points
Well, you're still doing okay under standard conditions but you may want to monitor your surrounding's reactions towards you more closely. If your presence is being met with an increasing amount of raised eyebrows, you might want to consider cutting back on your birding somewhat. Ever tried embroidery?
0 to 4 points
You're a hopeless case of birding overdose and have isolated yourself from the world around you. Sorry, there's nothing anyone can do about that, so you might as well ... well ... go birding then!
such amazing photos if they related to associations for sure! I give you a 100 points for being such a great photographer!
Thank you very much, Mon@rch!
I still can't get over the fact though that the Parula was sitting in the shade...
Oh dear, I scored zero.
I scored zero, too. And I am the one who wrote the post!
Well, I guess that makes us brilliantly dedicated birders then, right?
Great photos-especially the GBH-If that GBH was a human it might be arrested for flashing-though.
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