Saturday, November 12, 2011

Someone's Getting...

a little chubby!!


The "dead on" stare...
making sure I know, that he knows, I'm there!!


Then a little posing, I am pretty sure this is a male.
I don't usually see Robins in my yard in the fall,
they always appear in early Spring.
For me, when I see them, it's the first true sign that Spring is near!!


I sure am happy he decided to stick around!!


I am overwhelmed with the number of birds at the backyard feeders.
When the hubs fills the feeders, they are empty in a day!!



I have spotted a few new ones, I can't wait to share the pictures!!

16 comments:

  1. One of my fav birds..love his close-up!

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  2. Beautiful shots. are all those birds on your yard?

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  3. Beautiful shots!
    What a beautiful bird.

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  4. i'm starting to see some migration visitors here. goldfinches showed up this week. robins too. red-winged blackbirds are beginning to show in small numbers. and i saw a junco this morning.

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  5. Wow! Those last two photos are amazing. I love the close ups of the robins, especially the head on stare. ha!

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  6. I love the Robin such a cute bird. There have been a few around here of late.
    I love your last two pictures with all the birds - amazing.

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  7. Robins are always a welcome sight whether visiting or staying. Your friend is very photogenic!

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  8. Wow! Love those flocks of bird pics. Nice close ups of Mr. Robin, too. They are long gone from around here these days.

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  9. Wow...Robins in November...was that last picture a whole flock of them???

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  10. Amazing photos! But the last one worth a poetry! Beautiful!

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  11. Gorgeous pics of that robin. And the shot of all the birds in flight? I took one like that a few days ago! Ours were blackbirds. It will probably show up on my blog soon.

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  12. I love the pictures of the robin. I get them around here alot. I just don't have the kind of camera to take such great shots. Great!!!!

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  13. Love the close ups - and the light in that last shot is stunning!

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  14. Great captures, Debbie! Don't you love it when they all take off at once?

    Congrats on the bulb planting -- that will be gorgeous next spring!

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