Definitely a robin according to Wikipedia and takes a good portrait to Like
Ah HA! Haggs I thought that might be the name of this handsome fella! He was resting on the bottom trunk of a pecan tree here, looking for a broken pecan no doubt! :) thanks Haggs.
Hello Steve sooo you agree with Haggs:) thanks dear Steve, for that Link, I will take a look, I had guessed he might be the Robin and then there was the possibility I was wrong. thanks to both of you. Well, Mr, Drury, as you know, you have to keep up your title as my Pano Professor ya know! so glad you liked this Little "Rockin Robin" (there is a song by that title)..
thanks Haggs and Steve, so good to see you both
I like this shot of your American Robin dearest Sarah (& now you need to change the title I think) ~ Hugs ~ nick
Hey Nick and Haggs and Steve:)) (will answer your other comments later, am baking Valentines:)) but I HAVE NOW CHANGED THE TITLE my good friend...you guys have to keep me straight ya know...! but you sure gonna have your hands full:)) Oh and Nick, so glad you like my AMERICAN Robin :))) he's the best!:))
Happy Valentine's Week, to you great friends!!
~~Sarah~~with Hearts and hugs!! :))
So natural. Congrats
Mimmo thank you so much, nice to meet you and thanks for the visit and comment.
best wishes, Sarah....USA
Very nice photo L+F
Nenad thank you so much for the visit and the L+F, I appreciate both!
The American robins are so different from the European robins dear Sarah. I wonder how the size compares.
We have had lots of robins in our garden - quarreling like mad to secure their territory. They are quite aggressive, but look so sweet, especially in cold weather when the plumage is 'puffed out'. Christmas card birds really. :))
Warm hugs from cold and grey Shropshire, Amelia
HELLO, My far away dear Amelia, Ive missed you! SO you have Robbins too, aren't they interesting. We've have "droves" of them in our yards, front and back, but mostly in back as that is where the nuts are on the pecan trees that they scoop down and feast on those that have fallen and cracked. Also lookling for bugs, worms etc! The ones we've seen this year are . as you mention, colorful and quite fluffy, & fat I would say, too!!
We are cooler, but dry right now,(after several days of rain) really quite nice. Warm sunshine and perfect for walks during the day with a nice jacket, but cold at night now for several days, in the 30's this weekend, we've not had much winter at all.
Warm Hugs returned to you my dear Amelia, its always delightful to look and find you here!!
From Georgia, ~~Sarah~~
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