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Oh, how precious! Your robins are so different than ours. I like yours better!:D
This little guy has a way to go before he/she is a fully fledged robin, Sue. I believe your robins are bigger aren't they?
Bless his little cotton socks :D
I was just going to say the same thing as Sue. I've noticed that about a lot of the birds in the UK...we have many of the same ones, by name, but they look so different!
I've noticed that too, Margaret.
Wow !! Such a beautiful little birdie !!Greetings
They are very inquisitive too, Ela.
Almost! I just love them at this stage. Wonderful pictures.xxx
I do too, Dins.
Too cute! These are wonderful photos, Sue.
I agree, Jessica
Fantastic captures, Sue! I do love to see this youngster in the garden. I haven't noticed one this year yet - lucky you :-)
This one wasn't in our garden, Shirley but others have been.
Aw so cute. We had a fledgling robin several years back who we named Oscar. x
A very good name for it if it was a him, Jo!
Aww bless, quite a few like that here too.
I love young birds, Jayne
How lovely, great pictures too. Have they been nesting in your garden?
We do get young robin's in the garden, Annie and probably have nests too but only spot one occasionally. This one wasn't one pf 'ours'.
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