Animal of the day - 07/15/2010 - American Robin

Animal of the day – 07/15/2010 – American Robin

The American Robin is usually the first sign of Spring.so why are they still here in SE Michigan? They should be snow-birding it on down to Florida with all the other smart little birdies!

the north wind doth blow  and we shall have snow  and what will poor robin do then  poor thing...

Captured in nature, the perfect Christmas card

Beautiful Backyard and Wild Birds are featured in these New Bird Calendars for This selection of Birds Calendars includes Amazing Waterfowl,.

Robin, aka angry bird (robins are my first sign of spring each year! )

Fighting off Frumpy

Unfortunately I cannot say I would know one if it landed right in front of me. But what I do know is that there are many things in nature, which I believe show up when least expected to comfort our hearts.

When a robin red breast constantly visits you or crosses your path, a loved one in heaven is trying to say "Hello!

Robin - Bird artwork by Manchester based wildlife and pet portrait artist Ben Ark. Created using a variety of materials including acrylic paint, computer software, drawing pens, ink, watercolour and graphite. #Robin #Animal #Art

Robin - Bird artwork by Manchester based wildlife and pet portrait artist Ben Ark. Created using a variety of materials including acrylic paint, computer software, drawing pens, ink, watercolour and graphite.

1st sign of spring

50 State Birds of the United States

Robin- daddy always called them robin red breast and said that they were the first sure signs of spring :)

American Robin (Turdus migratorius), North America, commonly found in gardens, has reddish chest feathers, is about 10 inches long, and most fly south in the winter.

American Robin (Turdus migratorius) - North America, commonly found in gardens, has reddish chest feathers, is about 10 inches long, and most fly south in the winter.

American Robin eggs. An American Robin can produce three successful broods in one year. On average, though, only 40 percent of nests successfully produce young. Only 25 percent of those fledged young survive to November.  (Photo: Laura Epps)

An American Robin can produce three successful broods in one year. On average, though, only 40 percent of nests successfully produce young. Only 25 percent of those fledged young survive to November.

American Robin - yes, one of our most commons birds, but if you live in the part of North America that has seasons - most of it that is - a welcome and cheery harbinger of Spring.

R is for Robin ~ American Robin - yes, one of our most commons birds, but if you live in the part of North America that has seasons - most of it that is - a welcome and cheery harbinger of Spring.

Resultados de la busqueda de imagenes de Google de http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/03_02/BirdsRobinDM_468x610.jpg

The vanishing robins: warmer winters make a redbreat a rare sight

Such a beautiful eye. The eye is the window of the soul--even for this little one!

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