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european robin

  1. Robin in the Rain.

    Robin in the Rain.

    TTW.
  2. Fluffed up

    Fluffed up

    Hope you're not fed up with Robin pictures, but they were so showy that day and this one came pretty close too.
  3. Perhaps...

    Perhaps...

    .... he thought the coconut would be more to his taste, even with a Coal Tit supervising his antics.
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    20210131-D85_6484-SmallForWebELN.jpg

    European Robin (image cropped square, reduced in size to small jpeg for web, and watermark added)
  5. Rob on a feeder

    Rob on a feeder

    Another visit to Craighall. I caught this Robin feeding on a hanging feeder, they don't even do that at home, preferring the tray ones. He seems quite at home on there don't you think, so I guess he's been practising his technique while I've been absent LOL
  6. Cold feet

    Cold feet

    The first snow of the year came overnight on the 2/3 January here, but as you can see it wasn't too much fortunately. Poor Robin, but I did give him some seeds to eat and put some on top of the gate post too so he could warm his feet a little.
  7. Robin Close up

    Robin Close up

    Quick snap of the Robin
  8. Two snacks at the ready!

    Two snacks at the ready!

    Sitting on my garden fence one summer, wondering whether to eat up both insects at once!
  9. Always around

    Always around

    You're never far from a Robin I guess. And there are a few hanging around the feeder area on this path. I like to scatter some seed on the ground for them.
  10. Robin juv.

    Robin juv.

  11. European Robin

    European Robin

    Thank you for your comments on my pictures, stay safe and well, and good birding! John
  12. Thanks lady

    Thanks lady

    When I go to those feeders, I usually put some seeds and stuff on the ground. This Robin seemed rather appreciative anyway.
  13. European Robin

    European Robin

    First snow of the year , in my region.
  14. Robin

    Robin

    Perched on our Garden fence on a frosty morning.
  15. Robin 3.jpg

    Robin 3.jpg

    It’s rude not too, when they hop in front of the lens.😊
  16. Feeding Time

    Feeding Time

    Another taken through the double glazed window of the sun lounge.
  17. Robin

    Robin

  18. Robin

    Robin

    Came right up to me and was very interested.
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    Robin 9G2A9862.1.jpg

    Rob...posing in the snow.
  20. A wee splash of red

    A wee splash of red

    There are quite a few Robins near the feeders (rarely on them) and they mostly feed on the ground under the broom and on the path. Got this one, against the light, in one of the trees on the opposite side of the road from the feeders, so I was quite pleased at this result. The most I've seen...
  21. Our beloved Robin The Redbreast.jpg

    Our beloved Robin The Redbreast.jpg

    This delightful image was captured several years back. It's one of my favourite Robin shots.
  22. Robin

    Robin

    Robin at RSPB Leighton Moss Lancashire.
  23. 1613 Robin BF.jpg

    1613 Robin BF.jpg

    Would not look at me
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    1F5F3E79-FE42-4105-AD00-B36AF06D20A2.jpeg

    My 9 year old was enjoying taking pictures of this Robin today.
  25. One of the new resident Robins enjoying the new feeding station

    One of the new resident Robins enjoying the new feeding station

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