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european robin

  1. European Robin

    European Robin

    Through window glass. Thank you for your comments, and good birding! John
  2. Homey

    Homey

    This Robin lives in a twig pile left for that purpose right on the edge of the feeder area.
  3. Pensive

    Pensive

    Rather dull light on the afternoon of the last day of 2023. So this picture of our Robin was rather tricky.
  4. Spring tunes

    Spring tunes

    Not long until spring.
  5. European Robin

    European Robin

    Through window glass. Thank you for your comments and good birding! John PS: I was in two minds about mentioning it, but one day last week I woke to find my right hand wasn't working properly. Scans etc showed no stroke but a "nerve injury" resulting in "isolated wrist drop". I can use...
  6. European Robin & European Goldfinch

    European Robin & European Goldfinch

    When first set up, the feeders attracted Goldfinches by the dozen, feeding and fighting each other. The Robin kept out of harm's way and foraged for odd bits of food dropped on the ground. Recently though, the Robin has plucked up courage and started perching on the feeder itself, ignored by the...
  7. robin

    robin

  8. European Robin

    European Robin

    Through window glass. Thank you for your comments, and good birding! John
  9. Stare

    Stare

    European robin facing forward. Took this while I was heading to school.
  10. robin

    robin

  11. Robin

    Robin

    A little bit of sunshine in the early afternoon.
  12. Newly independent

    Newly independent

    Up at the Mause feeders in the middle of August, I found this juvenile European Robin. Doesn't seem too far off from showing his more adult plumage, does he. What a cutie he is.
  13. "Now that looks too big for you"

    "Now that looks too big for you"

    A young, but growing up fast, Robin has picked up a little suet nugget, but it looks rather large for his mouth. He did drop it a couple of shots later and looked as if he really wasn't sure about it LOL. The first picture I've taken of a young one for what seems like a very long time...
  14. Robin with leucism

    Robin with leucism

    Robin with leucism
  15. Young European Robin

    Young European Robin

  16. European Robin

    European Robin

    TTTW. Thank you for your comments, and good birding! John
  17. European Robin

    European Robin

    I didn't get to see any speckled juvs this year, so this moulty bird was a nice surprise today. TTTW. Thank you for your comments, and good birding! John
  18. Perched European Robin

    Perched European Robin

  19. Dismal

    Dismal

    A visit to the Craighall feeding station in early May. Here was a Robin looking rather displeased as he was so wet... even the goodies we'd provided didn't cheer him up, poor thing LOL Saturday Fun
  20. Robin

    Robin

  21. European robin (Pisco-de-peito-ruivo)

    European robin (Pisco-de-peito-ruivo)

  22. European Robin 443A8492

    European Robin 443A8492

    The first Robin I've seen this year, so a welcome sight, especially carrying food. Thank you for your comments, stay safe and well, and good birding! John
  23. European Robin

    European Robin

  24. robin

    robin

  25. European Robin

    European Robin

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