Sunday, November 23, 2014

You Have Wings...

 shouldn't you have flown south by now!!
I can see you are thinking about it...

 but so far, you are still here...

 I thought when the water in the bird bath froze,
you would make your way south.
 
But someone went out and "defrosted" it...
and so far, it's a no go for the Robins!!
Lots, still hanging around!
 
November 8, 2014
 

18 comments:

  1. Wow! Unusual sight for this time of year. I have seen them return early but never go south late.

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  2. Your shots are excellent ! The birds seem to be happy !
    Happy Sunday :)

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  3. I think even the birds were surprised by this early-onset winter. Stunningly beautiful shots. I enjoyed them so much!

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  4. Hi Debbie, cute shots of your Robin.. They may not want to leave your happy yard.. Some may stay year round.. Happy Sunday!

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  5. It is very comfortable there. Beautiful.
    Good Sunday. Debbie;))

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  6. I'm glad I'm not the only one who 'talks' to 'my' birds.

    Sweet shots.

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  7. they're precious! i love hearing them (we only get them migrating through). they remind me of home (wisconsin's state bird). anyway, there's been a couple going thru here the past 2 weeks, so some have headed south. :)

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  8. Neat shots of the robin, Debbie. Believe it or not, I sometimes see robins on the northern shore of Lake Ontario as late as January. Why they hang around so long is a mystery to me.

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  9. Hmmmm.....wonder if they are trying to tell you something. They love life in your yard is the reason I am sure :) Great shots Debbie, the lighting is perfect on this pretty bird.

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  10. I used to read the birding column, when I got the Saturday paper, and there were always a few robins who stayed the winter!! I have no idea why! I love the way you have captured the red breast on this guy!!

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  11. Fun shots. I have had Robins here at Christmas time.I have no idea what they eat or how they survive but they do.

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  12. They seem to be content, even this late in the year.

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  13. So pretty, and they don't look anxious at all about hanging out at your house. :-) I think they like the environment.

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  14. Isn't that strange but wonderful. I saw a Robin here the other day too.

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  15. Just beautiful captured pictures of this Robin. I think with all the weather changes the birds are getting a bit confused.
    Blessings!

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  16. I haven't seen these pretty birds yet! Glad you are still able to enjoy them. They are quite beautiful and I love your shots.

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  17. Beautiful light! I just saw some robins out back a while ago. I think some of ours hang around all winter.

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