Thursday, March 20, 2014

Robin

I always think winter is over when the Robins return. I saw a robin earlier in the week and another one this morning while taking Fergus out for his morning walk. He was all puffed up, I'm sure to keep warm in the frosty grass. It would have been a good picture. Of course I didn't have my camera. By the time I got Fergus back in and my camera in hand, Mr. Robin was gone. But he looked a lot like this one from a couple of years ago.
Linking to Alphabet Thursday - today's letter is R

15 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Great shot. I have been seeing robins on my runs lately.

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said...

I just saw one this morning and it made me happy! Bring on Spring!

TexWisGirl said...

we see them passing thru here during migrations. love to hear their calls. reminds me of home (wis).

carol l mckenna said...

Hoping the beautiful robin is bringing Spring soon ~ Great post for R ~ xxx

artmusedog and carol

Cathy Kennedy said...

Wow, this is an amazing photo! I just love it! I have my very own Robin, except he's not a bird. lol Nice linking up with you through the Alphabe-Thursday classroom! ;)

fredamans said...

Beautiful red breast!!

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

i remember as a kid they would say that robins meant spring - but i don't think it is so. i see them in the winter & fall all the time. who starts these rumors??! ( :

Linda said...

Handsome fellow!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

No Robins here yet, but I'm patiently waiting...

Mitch and Molly said...

What a beautiful Robin! I need to pay more attention to the birds around here, BJ!

storybeader said...

I've been noticing robins too. And daffodils! {:-D

Sarah ~ Magnolias Attic said...

Wonderful photo of Mr. Robin! We haven't seen any yet but I hope they appear soon!

Brian King said...

Nice shot! The robins don't totally leave here during the winter so seeing them doesn't always mean spring for us.

Betty said...

I usually see my first robin in February as they're passing through on their way north. I wish we had them all summer, but I guess they don't like the heat and humidity.

Jenny said...

Robins don't like the heat and dry of where we live here in low desert Arizona.

I miss seeing them in the spring, so I'm glad to stop by your blog and see your neat capture!

Thanks for linking.

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