Spring is here! The robins are now
arriving! Love hearing them!
Have a lovely week!
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That's ages that i haven't seen a Robin ! and here you have them "en masse" !ReplyDelete
That one got there first heheh!ReplyDelete
Have a tweettastic day Kathe 👍
We are still waiting for spring. It's cold, snow flurries are mixing in with the rain and heavy winds. At this point we have really had enough of the cold weather.ReplyDelete
Do they leave for winter?ReplyDelete
American Robins can be found year round in Washington, although most often the birds that breed in Washington migrate south and are replaced for the winter by birds that nest farther north. Large migratory flocks can be seen in spring and fall. Thanks for visiting and always leaving nice comments!!Delete
Oh yes a wonderfull time nowReplyDelete
I love the singing of birds too. Make me smile.ReplyDelete
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Have a fabulous Awww Monday and week, Kathe. Love and hugs all around. ♥
Sweet robins ~ XoReplyDelete
Wishing you laughter and love in your day,
A SutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
The robins match the leaves...ReplyDelete
Gosh we have robins year round. I've recently learned not everyone does. We mostly tell spring by the departure of Juncos aka snow birds they winter here then head toward our mountains and the male Gold Finch are glorious in the gold suits
Definitely spring when they arrive. :) XOReplyDelete
We like to watch our robins bobbin about too. Maybe they are looking for Batman!ReplyDelete
clever you! See you in the funny papers!Delete
They're such pretty little things. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
The robins indeed symbolize the onset of spring! Adorable!ReplyDelete