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The first picture is a very cute bird!
That's a robin Endah
It's lovely to be serenaded whilst gardening, Jessica
It looks like they've been serenading you.
And not just them, Jo
That last one is funny. He looks like he is trying to figure out what you are doing.
I think that is just what he was doing, Daphne.
I do like to see the robins bobbing up & down on my garden fence
This one was guarding the compost heap ,Jo
So sweet !!! I love the first photo !!Greetings
Thank you, Ela
Great pics Sue, the last one looks as if he's actually listening to what you have to say.
I think, Angie he was thinking - What is that woman pointing at me? Doesn't she appreciate talent?
Oh lovely: like most gardeners I have a Robin who follows me round the garden, flying down to where I have been digging. Last week I had a twittering couple of Coal Tits eating like mad in one of the conifers. The pleasures of gardening:)
Robins are always on the lookout for someone with a spade, sweffling
Wonderful photos, and a gorgeous blue sky.
No blue sky here at the moment, CJ
Those blackbird pics are brilliant! The robin looks as though butter wouldn't melt....xxx
Quite like the angelic choir boy who will pick a fight in the playground, Dina
A bow on a bough :)
Very good, Anon I like it :)
Now robins appeared here, Sue. They started to make their nests and I try not to bother them especially near tujas.
We have them nesting in the garden too Nadezda and often see the speckled young birds on the bird table. Watching the red breasts gradually appear is fascinating.
Both maestros of song!
Indeed they are, Anna
Beautiful photos sue, I must try and snap some of our birdie visitors. At the allotment the robins, blackbirds and dunnocks seem to take it it turns having a good old sing.
We've just had to Robbins sitting almost side by side, Lou. They must be a pair are there would have been fisticuffs or should that be beakicuffs . It's lovely to listen to the birds when working on the allotment isn't it?
Ah lovely. I had two robins together the other day too. Yes it's a real treat to hear them. I had an oystercatcher peeping away as it flew over today, I have no idea where it goes but I see and hear it quite regularly, sometimes two.
We saw an oyster catcher nesting by the rail track when we visited the heritage railway in the Yorkshire Dales on Monday.
Such wonderful photos...I have to remember that when I take my camera out I can focus on more that just Trojan...lol
Trojan does make a good subject though, Tanya :)
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