Wednesday, April 29

Take a bow


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  1. The first picture is a very cute bird!

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    1. It's lovely to be serenaded whilst gardening, Jessica

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  3. It looks like they've been serenading you.

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  4. That last one is funny. He looks like he is trying to figure out what you are doing.

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    1. I think that is just what he was doing, Daphne.

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  5. I do like to see the robins bobbing up & down on my garden fence

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    1. This one was guarding the compost heap ,Jo

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  6. So sweet !!! I love the first photo !!
    Greetings

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  7. Great pics Sue, the last one looks as if he's actually listening to what you have to say.

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    1. I think, Angie he was thinking - What is that woman pointing at me? Doesn't she appreciate talent?

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  8. 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:)

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    1. Robins are always on the lookout for someone with a spade, sweffling

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  9. Wonderful photos, and a gorgeous blue sky.

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    1. No blue sky here at the moment, CJ

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  10. Those blackbird pics are brilliant! The robin looks as though butter wouldn't melt....xxx

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    1. Quite like the angelic choir boy who will pick a fight in the playground, Dina

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  11. A bow on a bough :)

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  12. Now robins appeared here, Sue. They started to make their nests and I try not to bother them especially near tujas.

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    1. 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.

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  13. Both maestros of song!

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  14. 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.

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    1. 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?

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    2. 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.

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    3. We saw an oyster catcher nesting by the rail track when we visited the heritage railway in the Yorkshire Dales on Monday.

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  15. Such wonderful photos...I have to remember that when I take my camera out I can focus on more that just Trojan...lol

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    1. Trojan does make a good subject though, Tanya :)

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