Nature & Wildlife's Beauty and Behavior Through My Lens
Beautiful bird! Thank you, Donna!!
Thank you, Isabel!!
Baby is so cute!! 🥰
I agree!! 😊
These photos are amazing, so sharp with beautiful bokeh!
Thank you, Hien!
Oh how adorable!
Thank you, Jet!
Two beautiful images Donna.
Thank you, Brian!
A post apt for the day, Donna!
😊 Thank you, Indira!
What a cute baby! It’s funny how Robins are so common that we often overlook them as we search for more unusual birds. Still, a baby is a baby, and they are all cute. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you! Who can pass on taking baby photos?! 😊
Nice Robin Images Donna! Really like the fledgling image!
Thank you, Reed! I got to watch the fledgling fly around short distances, it was pretty cute!
The baby robin is super cute!
Isn’t it??!!! 😊
Love seeing them both, the young ones are so vulnerable. I have not gone near the babies, but have chased a cat or two away to protect them.
Thank you, Jane! This little fledgling was practicing flying spurts from tree to picnic table to tree to ground. It was adorable, especially watching Momma trying to keep up! 🙂
Lovely shots Donna. It is interesting how God designed in many bird chicks the speckled grey-white appearance as a camouflage which makes them more difficult to discern from the air by predators, as does the brown back which is a feature of many young birds.
Thank you, Ashley! Yes, so wonderful their camouflage coloring for protection when they’re most vulnerable. 🙂
Great shots! Happy mothers Day! 🙂
Thank you times two, HJ! 😊
Good looking family. 😊
I agree! 😊
Aw, Junior is a cutie– I love his spotted waistcoat! 😉
Handsome little fella, huh?!! And he just got his license and learning to fly. 😊
It’s been years since I’ve seen a baby Robin. Thank you!
You’re quite welcome! 🙂
Gorgeous, Donna. Thank you.
Thank you, and you’re quite welcome, Imorgana!
This is the best part about birding in the spring is all the babies are being born, providing they don’t get ripped out of their nest by another bird. We’ve had Carolina Wrens and Northern Cardinal babies survive this year so we have lots of activity going on.
Catching the brood action in the Spring is really quite special. How great to have young ones to entertain you!
Especially during a pandemic. Our nest of 3 wren chics hatched and fled at the height of our lockdown. Entertained us every evening. I’m putting a post together on it. 😊
Reblogged this on Wolf's Birding and Bonsai Blog.
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