English Robin Redbreast.

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English Robins are members of the Thrush Family.
Plumage: Olive-brown above, with orange-red face, throat and breast; blush-grey flanks, whitish belly.
Voice: Commonest note is 'tic,tic' and a high-pitched 'tsweee'; pleasant, much like a warbling song.
Movement: Flitting flight; hops; very confident and will approach close to humans.
Habitat: Almost anywhere.

I was most impressed with this little Robin he just seemed to pose for me, giving me time to change my settings to macro, I managed to get 6 beautiful images.




Amueltix - Oct 09, 2018 04:19 AM EDT

Test, just a test

arcakibbocrib - Sep 01, 2017 07:59 PM EDT
Hello. And Bye.

Test, just a test

arcakibbocrib - Jul 31, 2017 08:49 PM EDT
Hello. And Bye.
chriss35 - Jan 13, 2010 03:48 PM EDT
Thanks Alandra, for your comment, between Jas and I we could send you off some images. Chriss:)
alandrapal - Jan 12, 2010 03:29 AM EDT
so sweet, Chriss. I remember the little bobby robins from my childhood in England, and have a love for them.
chriss35 - Mar 17, 2009 01:17 PM EDT
Thank Bill for your very nice comment on this image, I have been trying for some time to capture an image of an English Robin. Chriss:)
poppy - Mar 15, 2009 09:08 PM EDT
Chriss, this is an awesome shot. Well done. I certainly do appreciate your kind comment on my 'Skimming The Surface' shot. This is a special one for me and I'm happy that you like it. Have a great weekend. Bill
chriss35 - Mar 14, 2009 02:08 PM EDT
Many thanks to Talsi, Carol & Brian, for your nice comment on this image and also taking the time to view. I have been trying for many months to get a decent image of these fellas. Chriss:)
BRIANPADDOCK - Mar 13, 2009 04:25 AM EDT
realy good shot chriss,i hope to get back to posting on tlf soon, had toomuch going on lately.
shutterbug - Mar 11, 2009 08:57 AM EDT
What a beautiful photo of the robin, I like the way they hop around too.Lovely pose perched on the branch. Carol
talsi - Mar 11, 2009 08:47 AM EDT
Nice capture with that open beak

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