Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Oh how cute, Jo.... You can watch them have their babies. How sweet is that. I've always heard that Robins build their nests in 'strange' places... LOVE IT!!!! Keep us posted.Hugs,Betsy
That is the cutest ever! I never have seen robins build their nests so near the ground. Wrens yes, but never a robin.
What beautiful pictures!!
Oh wow, you got such good shots of the eggs!!Are you making those wreaths?
ohh, i love robins! spring is really here :o)
I just love Robin's eggs.
How exciting to watch the eggs hatch and the baby robins take their first flight.
Are these your pics? They are great!
Betsy, yes I'm hoping to watch the babies arrive.Donna, didn't know they usually build higher up. Hmmm.Kristen, than you.Jeannette, I have just made that one wreath this year.Mary, Jill, Gaston Studio yes, Robin eggs are a beautiful shade of blue.Dave, yes my pictures, but just quickie ones...nothing fancy ;)
Wonderful post! Lovely photographs. Makes me feel so good coming here :)))
Great photo's .Hope I will have a bird egg or two .patsy
Robin's egg blue is the most gorgeous color.
I am amazed at how big Robins are in this country
I miss these robins. I also miss chickadees, especially in winter.
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