Wednesday, September 24

Any crumbs to spare?




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  1. Beautiful photos Sue.. he really is a handsome chap :o)

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    1. I read somewhere that the size of the red patch indicates the level of dominance, Julie. If tries this one was up there.

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  2. Awww, lovely photos. My little robin's back in residence again. He goes missing all through summer but returns as soon as autumn arrives.

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    1. We had at least a pair over summer and saw at least one youngster, Jo. I wonder what happened to Rocky the Swillington robin?

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  3. Nice pictures Sue. Our current robin flew into the kitchen the other night through the open door, and made me jump out of my skin. Strangely since then he has become even more friendly and comes so close to where I am working in the garden that I am frightened of accidently treading on him.

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    1. That's lovely . Rick. Do you feed it? Unfortunately we had nothing to give this little one

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    2. I don't feed the robin specifically but like many birds he has adapted and can feed from the insect fat-ball feeder.

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  4. Lovely little chap, I've spotted more in the garden lately.

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    1. We get a few, Jo and squabbling when they spot one another.

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  5. They are so photogenic, I can't resist taking photographs of them. And they pose beautifully! Gorgeous pictures Sue.

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    1. Neither can I Jessica. We have loads if robin photos

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  6. Perfect shots Sue - it looks in such good condition too.

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    1. It was a handsome little bird, Elaine,

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  7. What a perfect specimen! Such adorable little critters. Beautiful shots!xxx

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    1. This one was at Leighton Moss, Dina

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  8. Exquisite photos Sue :)

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  9. What beautiful photos. There's been a robin in the tree above my plot singing his heart out this week.

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    1. Get that camera out CJ we have a couple of lovely singing robin. If you areinterested the photos are
      here and here

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  10. Such a cuet orange colour bird!

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  11. Is this robin Sue? I love them very much, robin often check our compost boxes looking for seeds. Nice photos!

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    1. It is a robin Nadezda. They seem attracted to being close to us humans. They see us as an easy meal.

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  12. Such cheeky little things they are, Sue. Nice images :-) It's getting to that time to stock up in bird foods for the winter ahead... scary!

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    1. Gorgeous aren't they? We seem to buy lots of food all year round. I'll have to carry some round now as I didn't have anything for this little one.

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