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Thursday, March 09, 2006

Spring Robin


The American Robin is quite different (larger, plumper) than the UK robin, but both are a harbinger of spring. Posted by Picasa

9 comments:

susan said...

Great shot, the plump red robin and the buds on the tree!

jlbussey said...

We have them all year around here, so they only tell you where the bugs and worms are. :) Great picture!

owen said...

Wow - they are a lot different aren't they! Nice capture.

Sidney said...

Indeed, it seems that spring is in the air! Lovely bird !

micki said...

Now for northern folks, that is a sure sign of spring!

regzgz said...

Spring is just around the corner!
Keep those pictures coming!

jamie lang said...

Oh, how I love to hear the robin's song! I wish I could figure out how to get them to hang out by my house more often to sign. I saw a few while in Hawaii and they're fatter than any I've ever seen here. It must be an easier life in Hawaii. I think we usually see them around May.

Alice said...

Brilliant splash of colour against the grey sky - like a light at the end of the tunnel.

garyx said...

I went out looking for some Robins recently, but I didn't see any - just a kingfisher, a rare sight indeed. Like the picture. Nice one.