Lovely shots Frank,love seeing Robins at work.John.
Great shots Frank.
So very precious! Nature like an alternative universe, isn't it? ~ks
That Robin is carrying something that will hurt him where it doesn't expect it.
Hi frank,This fellow is very active! Well, this is good for the future opportunity of pictures but you already got some nice one. Congrats. have a nice week end with plenty of sun!!
The second shot is just brilliant Frank.
Such pretty coloring on your Robins there. It's a busy time of year isn't it? Very nice photos.
Really love the close ups of the robin at work, Frank. Great captures here.
How great to be able to watch all this up close Frank. Thanks for sharing it with us! I see he's moved on to different material...
Good images of the robin! Our birds are just getting started with courtship, except for the ravens and eagles. I hope you will continue thru the nesting season.
So great to capture a bird in the act. I have placed natural fibers outside for the birds. Wonder if they will take them or not.
Hi 'Early Birders'. Other chores have kept us away from window watching today but from what little I've seen the building sequence has finished. Will try to check out the nest tomorrow and see if there is an occupant.Have a good weekend. FAB.
Ahhhhh!! I love these photos of the sweet little Robin. I hope we get to see baby Robins this spring!
Really nice shots FAB, and again I just love the British robin vs the US robin.
What excellent shots of this cute little bird. Your robins are so very different than ours here in the states. Very neat to see.
Stunning photos Frank of nature in action! The Robin, one of my favourite birds!Please they're setting up home on your patch! Hope you're able to follow their progress. Have good weekend
Great shots Frank, yes everywhere seems to be a hive of activity at the moment, lets hope its a good breeding season after such a hard Winter.
Awesome shot..I love this little cutie!
Excellent shots, Frank. Looks like Robin's got its beak quite full! I always wonder how they can see where they're going with so much material in front of their face!
Nice material Frank!Great pictures.Mike
Kelly. No occupation or activity seen in the nest so not sure if it will get used.Jann. Ours is much smaller!Valerie. Thanks for dropping by & appreciate the comments.Shirleyanne. I agree, always a delight to watch their antics.Monty. The Blue Tits have also been exploring one of the boxes so there is always hope providing the weather doesn't turn too foul.dAwN. Thanks. My favorite tas well.Heather. They have BIG eyes!Mike. Thanks. No shortage of leaf litter around the garden!
Oh I am loving these shots of that Robin creating it's nest...We have had several couples of blue birds checking out our nest boxes but so far no one seems to be really serious about making a claim! I am inspired by your photos...come on April...I can't wait! Great shots!!
Thanks Tina. The weather here is dreadfull, more rain, so that has put the mockers on checking out any of the possible garden nesters. Hopefully April will bring proper sunshine!
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