Cold and frosty winters morning. What bird epitomises our winter here in the UK more than any other? It's the Robin for me, and there have been plenty about. I have a window feeder on my lounge window and it has been the most frequent visitor, practically taking up residence in it.
There has been plenty of song too, with territory setting going on.
Making the most of some plentiful seed.
Looking nice and plump.
Hi Adam, Robins do remind me of English winters. We used to have "robins" in South Africa. Now they're called Robin-chats. Greetings JoReplyDelete
It is so beautiful bird. Wonderful photos.ReplyDelete
Hello, your Robin is a cute bird. Awesome photos and lighting. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day and weekend!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful robin! We see Robins in the winter here in Florida but most of our country thinks of Robins in the Spring! Enjoy your weekend.ReplyDelete
Amazing shots of the beautiful bird.ReplyDelete
Always very professional photos of our feathered friends here ~ Lovely!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a Happy Weekend ~ ^_^
LOVE the European Robin...great photos!ReplyDelete
Great shots, first time for me to see the European Robin. Love the orange color and shape of the marking.ReplyDelete
sweet little friendReplyDelete
When I lived near Montreal, Quebec, the first robins were such a welcome sign of Spring. Here, in Vancouver, BC, they seem to be staying all year round. I still love to hear their songs. Your photographs are beyond beautiful. Love them!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty bird and it has a beautiful song. It will be a few months before they come back here fr Spring!ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots of that lovely little fellow. We do get robins but I haven't seen one in years. I am envious.ReplyDelete
Obviously I was completely uneducated about British birds...you say the robin epitomizes England, and I only recently found out Britain had robins at all. I thought robins were North American birds. Yours are much prettier than ours...the red/orange colour is SO pretty.ReplyDelete
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I've said this a dozen times, but I am gonna say it again---your robins are MUCH more attractive than ours in America. GREAT photos Adam!ReplyDelete
Beautiful capture! What a sweet wee bird :) Your photo is very cheery!ReplyDelete
He looks well fed; your cafe provides good food! Every time I see an English Robin, I get envious.ReplyDelete
Great shots of the beautiful bird.ReplyDelete
If you asked me, I'd say cardinals. I only see lots of them around the Texas Gulf Coast during the winter.ReplyDelete
Love that beautiful bird!
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We are used to seeing the American robin. When she arrives we know spring isn't far behind. - MargyReplyDelete
I always, always enjoy seeing image shares of your Robins. This little chap is so adorable, so different than our Robins. They look a wee bit smaller as well, but their colours are glorious~ReplyDelete
What a fine specimen! Really great captures, Adam!ReplyDelete
Lovely bird...I too have heard some spring calls even though we have winter months to come..MichelleReplyDelete