A Wildlife Gunslinger.
No snow here at low levels. Plenty of Robins. A beautiful little bird.
Great shot of the Robin!
Well taken portrait of the lovely colorful Robin!
Very appropriate Keith. Plenty of the white stuff here.
Very beautiful little bird. Nice photo.
The Robin is showing off, beautiful image.
A little beauty, Keith. Hope you are keeping warm and out of the snowdrifts!
Wow, lovely details and colors and you have captured it beautifully.
He's sweet. As warm as it is here, I keep expecting to see his American counterpart soon, but so far he hasn't come.
snow for you! :) such a gorgeous little robin!
Cheers Adrian. We had about 3" here. Had it been a weekday, the usual chaos would have transpired.CameraCruise, thank you. :-)Indrani, thank you :-)Thanks John. It's till hanging on here too. Elizabeth, thank you. :-)Thanks Bob.Thank you Jan. Yea, since the snow, it seems a bit warmer.Walk the wilderness, thank you.Thank you JoLynne. Hope yours turns up soon :-)Thanks Theresa. I doubt the snow will last though :-)
Oh, what a lovely little fellow! Hope your winter goes away quickly!
Hello,Very nice blog! I like your pictures and your way of seeing things. I will follow your blog with pleasure!Cheers!Louise
What a beautiful capture, Keith. Your robins seem to have a nice expression on their faces than ours. Ours look grumpy. :)
No snow here...still...odd winter.So, I'll enjoy myself and look at your blog!Thanks Keith!
A Robin?? I've never seen one that looks like that!
What a beautiful robin, hope you enjoy the snow.
Thanks Robin, I hope so too.Louise, thank you. And thanks for following too. :-)Linda, I think he was trying to charm me to feed him lolCheers Dave. I doubt our snow will last long.Thank you Madge. Our Robin's look very different to yours.Thanks Gillian. I'd rather look at the snow, than be in it these days. lol
Excellent shot Keith...[;o)
What a gorgeous little guy. Great capture!
a real beauty Keith...is there any difference between the male and the female? In the American Robin there is no difference...
Cheers Trevor :-)Thank you Laura :-)Thanks Sondra. There's not a lot of difference between them. Even the males find it difficult to begin with, and just want to fight the females at first. She has to go in to submissive mode to avoid confrontation, and get on his good side.