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One less worm a day can make a big difference over time. LOLYou are welcome Monica.
He IS a fat and sassy little thing isn't he! He's soooooo cute, thanks Sandy!
I think your Robin need to go visit Jenny Craig chickster.
Thank you Li. : )
Great picture, Sandy! I agree with Lyndee -- this IS a fat robin!
Glad they arrived Graciela and Gene.
They got to Michigan at last and was so happy to see them back with all the snow gone :))))
Cute!! I was missing them, they arrived here last week!
Thank you jcarroll, oddio, warbler (nice tune), morris, Celeste and lyndee.Glad you saved it Celeste.
She looks pretty fat. Maybe ready to start her family?????
Wonderful picture Chickie:)I had to save a Robin yesterday. He was hiding in my Flowerbed and the cat ran and grabbed the bird. I was able to get the cat to let him go.. I was happy the little Robin was good enough to fly away.
Nice one, chickie! I feel sorry for the robins around here.
Oh.. When the red, red, Robin came a bob, bob, bobin along...... Nice one, Chickie. Its good to see green in the background.
Chubby little rascal... Looks like he's done well thru the winter months!
Nice photo, chickie!
Thank you Patti, Ank, laura, tex and Hanne.
Nice to see, so different from ours!! Thanks so very much Sandy!!
Beautiful, hope it's a better predictor of Spring than old Puxatawny (or Punxatawny) was! Thanks.
She sure looks like she is working on a nest. I wonder if she was able to find it in the snow storm!
She has a straw in her beak, maybe she already nesting. Beautiful photo.
I love it! Please have her send her friends up here!!! :) (Unless that's a "him.")