Just a couple of Titch taken this morning as he was having a quick splash
He is doing his fare share of singing, and this morning chased away (I think) another Robin.
Lot to learn
Unicum arbustum haud alit duos erithacos
(One bush does not shelter two Robins)
Zenodotus (3rd Century B.C.)
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
A new area and robin for Paul ………….. CWR (Carsington Water robin) !
In reply to monkeycheese:
monkeycheese said:Maybe it's the camera angle that's thrown me. Is that the same bird in every pic?
There were at least two robins chasing one another around; I will have to check the other pics I have and get back to you on that one; think No.1 robin is different to No.2 & 3 which are the same. Ok, I've taken a look through the dozen pics and mostly they are the same robin but think these two pics taken same place, around same time are different. …….
Robin 1 (which is same robin as pics 2 & 3)
Robin 2 looks slightly different ….. will leave it to you to decide as you study them more than me lol
Kind regards, Ann
I finally managed to lure Little HTR from the holly tree and got a few pics of him in the flowering currant earlier this morning. He's still singing his little heart out every day but has yet to attract a female admirer. I have heard the occasional ditting while he's been singing, but I have yet to see the Robin responsible. Hopefully there will be a female around soon. Pairing up time often provides decent photo ops.
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