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Robin and her offspring in their nest in our lilac tree. Such a beautiful site to see and I had to show you!
A robin built a nest in a little tree right outside my window. There was a total of three hatchlings, but this one seemed the most demanding!
I was sitting at my kitchen table on May 18th and happened to look up and see this beautiful robin sitting outside on the lawn chairs. Fortunately, I had time to grab my digital camera, which was right on the table, and get this picture right before he flew away.
This little fellow was too young to be afraid. I was parked beside the brush, when this young robin flew in and landed next to me. It didn't frighten him when I reached over to get my camera, turn it on and focus.
I was discussing the migration of the American Robin with a fellow ThriftyFun member. Together, we learned some interesting facts.
Robins follow me all day long. If I'm digging, they know I'll unearth worms. If I'm watering inground plants, they know the water will bring worms to the surface. With so many Robins around, one would think I had lots of opportunity to take some great shots. That's not the case.
This baby robin came up to our storm door and walked around in front of our cat that was inside the house for about 15 minutes. After lots of squawking from the mama bird flying around over head, the baby went and laid under a bush.
I was just outside playing around with my camera trying to catch a bird flying, but then I saw this red breasted robin on a limb, and he looked right at me. I think it is so cool.
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This is one of the fattest robins that live in my back yard. I was thrilled to get this shot.
Every year we have robins building nests in our barn. This time they built it on top of my hoe. I managed to get close enough to get this shot.