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erithacus rubecula

  1. not too happy robin

    not too happy robin

  2. Robin


  3. Branching out

    Branching out

    A wee Robin sitting at the top of a Beech. I guess this should have been part of the hedge at one time, but it's slightly separated from it now. A lot of birds seem to like sitting there.
  4. morning dew

    morning dew

  5. Archive spotting....Robin

    Archive spotting....Robin

  6. Robin


  7. Robin


  8. European Robin

    European Robin

    I'm not doing any photography at the moment and am behind with my browsing, because of some eye trouble. I'll be visiting the optician. The joys of old age! :) Thank you for your comments, stay safe and well, and good birding! John
  9. European Robin

    European Robin

    In low light. Thank you for your comments on my pictures, stay safe and well, and good birding! John
  10. Phantom Robin

    Phantom Robin

    What with one thing and another.... on top of a major laptop breakdown, I've very few images at the moment of local birds. Here's one that escaped the crash by still being on my camera LOL. Out with my friend to Craighall and he tried to take a picture of this young Robin on the gatepost...
  11. Juvenile Robin

    Juvenile Robin

    Going through some older photos and found this one, I love him!
  12. European Robin

    European Robin

    Thank you for your comments on my pictures, stay safe and well, and good birding! John
  13. Robin


  14. Robin


  15. Robin in the woods

    Robin in the woods

  16. The neighbor kid

    The neighbor kid

    The neighborhood had quite a few kids around the same age as the baby grey wag. This juv Robin posed very close and calmly, so I got a few good pics in spite of the dark down in the narrow creek canyon.
  17. Juvenile robin

    Juvenile robin

  18. robin


  19. European Robin

    European Robin

    A rather dishevelled Robin. Perhaps finding caterpillars for hungry mouths didn't leave enough time for grooming. Thank you all for your kind comments on my pictures, and good birding. John
  20. Babies everywhere

    Babies everywhere

    A trip back to the Craighall feeders and there's a cute young Robin, not long out of the nest and already learned what a coconut half contains LOL Quick on the uptake some birds, aren't they.
  21. Robin juvenile

    Robin juvenile

    Robin juvenile
  22. Young robin

    Young robin

    Appeared in my garden
  23. Robin


  24. Dishevelled


    This Robin seems to have lost a lot of his lovely red breast feathers.
  25. Clashing colours

    Clashing colours

    Mmmm.... I don't really think pink goes with orange, does it. We'd put a few tit bits on the gate post on the opposite side of the track to where the feeders are. Robin came in for some suet nibbles.