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Monday, February 11, 2013

Robins' Regret



39 comments:

  1. I'm feeling a bit like I might need sunshine and palm trees too. But not because of snow and cold! haha

    Poor Robins, they have my permission to change their minds and return to the South. No one would think they're wierd. LOL

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    1. feeling the need for a vacation? Let's go! ha. I have about 6 of these poor robins! I keep telling them to go south but they won't! Brr.

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  2. I'm with the robins. I need to go south too! I don't know if I would appreciate Spring as much if I didn't have winter though.

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    1. I agree....each season is beautiful on it's own...I love the changes of each one. Winter makes spring all the more lovely!

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  3. Wow!! Poor Robin Redbreast. Isn't it a little early for them to have flown back north??

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    1. there were 6 in the snow when I snapped these! Crazy birds!

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    1. yes, they are cute! They are bigger than the sparrows and finches, but they don't eat seed! Only the berries on the trees.

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    2. Omy so you have to share some berries with them Betsy; dont eat any?!! Now im worry:(

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  6. oh no, I think they're right, should have stayed south!!

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    1. at least the worms can be found where the dirt is soft and warm! ha. I'm afraid that won't be happening here for a few more months!

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  7. ha might have been a good idea....smiles....

    nice pics bets

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  8. They are confused!!! hahaha...guess they will eat something under your famous feeders..
    I love their song....are they singing???

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. No singing...I don't think they are in the mood! haha.

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  9. Poor things
    At least need to stretch their wings
    And get away from your mat
    For fear of being eaten by a cat haha
    But I agree
    To the south, after all that crap snow, I really want to flee

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    1. Maybe compared to you guys up there
      they think Ohio is great weather
      and a little less snow
      between their toes. haha.

      So, how many inches did you get
      from the storm Nemo that caused a fit?

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    2. Only about 10 inches or so
      And yeah maybe they like Ohio
      As smog can beat snow
      Unless the get blinded and crash don't you know

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    3. No smog here
      the air is crystal clear
      at least today
      with the winds at my bay.
      ha.

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  10. I'm so glad to see them, there IS hope!

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    1. spring always comes and is certainly worth waiting for!

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  11. So sad looking...and cold. Brrr.

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    1. I thought they looked a little sad! But they did eat the crabapples!

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  12. Awwwwww but you are safe with lovely Betsy!!! She makes lovely cakes and coffee! :-) Take care
    x

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    1. haha...I should have served them some! Why didn't I think of that? Coffee makes everything better! lol....

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  13. This robin is really puffed up, so it must be feeling the cold! I just love all your birdie pics, Betsy!

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    1. It's so windy today, they can't balance on the branches!

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  14. Beautiful photos + Clever Words = My Five Men.

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    1. my friend alan + his comment = a smile :)

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  15. Brrrrrr.... poor little robins!! Great photos, Betsy! blessings ~ tanna

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  16. Omy poor Harry have to go to office I think he was really sorrow:)

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  17. love this Betsy!!!! Haven't seen any robins yet but we have so many birds at the feeders this year....probably because I have put out meal worms, fruits and nuts along with the normal seeds. Problem with that is the opossums have been coming around too. They shake the feeders like crazy to get the dried fruit out and leave a big mess. But they have been fun to watch at night. The bright deck lights don't seem to bother them one bit or the dog up in their faces either. :) xo

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    1. I had an episode with possum myself the other night. haha. He's bigger than the cats! And no, they don't seem to be afraid of anything! We have a raccoon that is dumping our seed from the feeders!

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