Friday, December 31

HAPPY NEW YEAR

to all our visitors
In 2011 may all your seeds grow and plants flourish

16 comments:

  1. Happy New year to you too....and what a Lovely photo to be celebrating with!!

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  2. Hi Tanya - He was a cheeky little thing - hope he has a better new year too. Maybe he is a she - anyone know how to tell the sex of a robin?

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  3. I would like to know what he or she is thinking about. Happy New Year to you.

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  4. Happy New Year to you too! x

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  5. And the same to you and your famnily. You been playing bonnie with that new camera again?

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  6. Awww, what a lovely photo, you do get some good pictures of birds. Happy New Year to you and your's. Hope 2011 is healthy, happy and peaceful.

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  7. It is really hard to tell the difference between male and female robins as the markings are almost identical...the females breast is a slightly more orange/red than the males but this doesn't help much if you don't see a pair together which doesn't happen so often in the winter. A young robin is indistinguishable as it doesn't have a red br4east at all!!

    Obviously not very helpful...sorry.

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  8. Diana - I think he/she is thinking "I'd like more mealworms"

    Thanks Fran

    It was Christmas day at my sister's VH I think I zoomed in a bit too closely really!

    Hi Jo, Thanks for the good wishes

    Never mind Tanya - I'll look out for a pair. By the way here is a photo I took ages ago of a baby robin - lots of people think they are baby thrushes but then again I knew someone who thought wagtails were baby magpies.

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  9. I am a complete sucker for robins, even tho I know they are aggressive little things within the bird world!
    Best wishes for a Happy New Year.

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  10. Happy New Year! Hope 2011 is a great one for you!!

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  11. Happy New Year to you too; here's hoping it's productive again

    Regards

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  12. and to you too - hugs galore

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  13. Happy New Year to you and your family! I wish you a great gardening season.

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  14. Very lovely card! Happy new year!

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  15. Thanks for the good wishes everyone let's hope we get the weather for good growing in 2011.

    Robins look as though butter wouldn't melt don't they Linda? They are photogenic though!

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