Linking to Rural Thursday
and Camera Critters
g o r g e o u s !!!!!
little big man🙂
fantastic subtle hues. Just beautiful!
What a sweet robin! Love the foliage in the background Pat.🙂
Looks like spring🙂
Robins are wonderfully photogenic, aren’t they? Very nice.
what a beauty. giving a coy over-the-shoulder look.🙂
I’ve begun to take robins for granted….too many goldfinches, grosbeaks, new species of dove, house finches, crested sparrows—and for the first time, chipping sparrows—all at my feeders. Of course, the robins aren’t at feeders but are out in the grass listening and pulling worms. However, they generally nest in our maple trees, but we had the trees pruned way back last winter, so the leaves are just starting to show up now. I never tire of the tried-and-true Robin Red Breast, though!
What a great shot. I love seeing Robins in the garden. This one on the fence is so cute.
Beautiful bird, fantastic photographs. I am greeting
That is a great shot!
Yup and isn’t it something how little they need to perch themselves upon something? Margie
what are you lookin’ at?? so cute!!
Great shot Pat. Robins always look so beat out this time of year…….they work too hard!
Great photo! So cute…I just love those robins.
This really reminds me of the robins we’d see back in Summit Valley, Washington. There are days I miss seeing those birds from my childhood…
Beautifully taken Pat🙂
Great pic of Mr. Robin Red Breast🙂
Here’s my CC:
My Critter please come and see when you have time. Have a safe and happy weekend!
I love Robins. so pretty. Thanks for sharing🙂
Love this shot! It seems he is posing for the photo.
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