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The Robin Empowerment

Tame Robin

Maria-H on Flickeflu There are lots of robins around Portmeirion, many of which seem very tame. We got within touching distance and this was taken with the macro lens!

Mum feeds a robin everyday and it comes for cheese, sometimes it ventures inside the doorway!

The Robin is famous for, and easily recognised by, its distinctive red breast; Their red breast is bordered by thin, brown-grey feathers and the wings and back of the Robin are light brown. Male and f

https://www.facebook.com/WonderBirdSpecies/ European robin/Robin redbreast (Erithacus rubecula); Europe and Asia; IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Least Concern (LC)(Loài ít quan tâm) || Oanh châu Âu; Châu Âu và châu Á; Họ Đớp ruồi cựu thế giới-Muscicapidae (Old World Flycatcher).

Europe and Asia Old World Flycatcher

american robin - juvenile

One of my favorite birds.

European Robin (Erithacus rubecula), most commonly known in Anglophone Europe simply as the Robin, is a small insectivorous passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family (Turdidae), but is now considered to be a chat.

I love to hear a robin singing--it often means that spring has arrived or that a good needed rain is on its way./ Maybe he's singing the old hymn, What a Friend, we have in Jesus!

roodborst

roodborst

Original photography by Melissa roberts 2017

Original photography by Melissa roberts 2017

Robin In A Bush

Robin In A Bush Rouge gorge

In de winter op een takje

robin- reminds me of my grandmother

Rouge gorge d'hiver

This delightful English Robin is getting ready for winter perched on a wooden shovel handle. I love his red breast in the shape of an inverted heart.

robin by phil morgan

robin by phil morgan

Birds And Animals: Robin

Sweet Little Robin, bird, cute, nuttet, photo

Robin :Some birds can sense the Earth’s magnetic field and orientate themselves with the ease of a compass needle. This ability is a massive boon for migrating birds, keeping frequent flyers on the straight and narrow. This incredible sense is closely tied to the sense of  vision. Birds like the European robins can literally see magnetic fields as patterns of light and shade, or even colour, superimposed onto what they normally see, because of the special molecules in the retina

Robin :Some birds can sense the Earth’s magnetic field and orientate themselves with the ease of a compass needle. This ability is a massive boon for migrating birds, keeping frequent flyers on the straight and narrow. This incredible sense is closely tie

Scottish robin by Paul Mal on 500px

Scottish robin by Paul Mal on

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