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Re: Robin

Postby greenfinch2 » Tue Nov 22, 2016 8:11 pm

He ,she ,is a lovely Robin tell it I have lovely new boxes for it. :wave2:
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Re: Robin

Postby johnd83 » Tue Nov 22, 2016 11:56 pm

Thank you.
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Re: Robin

Postby j0nh22 » Tue Nov 29, 2016 11:36 am

Frosty outside , so just done all the feeders and along comes Mr Robin.
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Re: Robin

Postby Placido » Tue Nov 29, 2016 1:01 pm

Looks just a tad guilty - and fat !! Is he over-eating ?!?! :munch:
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Re: Robin

Postby j0nh22 » Tue Nov 29, 2016 1:15 pm

Well if he has it aint been here cos we been away for 10 days.
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Re: Robin

Postby nuthatch » Tue Nov 29, 2016 4:47 pm

:laugh:

:santa: Ace pic, j0nh :D
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Re: Robin

Postby Placido » Thu Jan 05, 2017 12:28 pm

:clap: First contact of this winter : drew kitchen blind and an instant robin was fluttering up and down the glass.
Hurried with brekkers whilst he waited on the door hangle. Went outside and fed him a couple of suet pellets on the patio wall, then fed the disorderly queue.

Thing is, I don't know whether this is last year's robin or my new Best Mate, Bobbin. The moves were all the same as last year but I have observed that new youngsters are taught the correct moves to obtain food in late spring which they remember until circumstances dictate (like 4 degrees of frost this morning) so it's anybody's guess really ......
Still, nice to know that the cycle repeats itself.
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Re: Robin

Postby Jacksparrow » Thu Jan 05, 2017 8:24 pm

Placido wrote::clap: First contact of this winter : drew kitchen blind and an instant robin was fluttering up and down the glass.
Hurried with brekkers whilst he waited on the door hangle. Went outside and fed him a couple of suet pellets on the patio wall, then fed the disorderly queue.

Thing is, I don't know whether this is last year's robin or my new Best Mate, Bobbin. The moves were all the same as last year but I have observed that new youngsters are taught the correct moves to obtain food in late spring which they remember until circumstances dictate (like 4 degrees of frost this morning) so it's anybody's guess really ......
Still, nice to know that the cycle repeats itself.

You're address is in the Robin's Best breakfast Directory along with tips on how to behave. :)
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Re: Robin

Postby Placido » Thu Jan 05, 2017 8:42 pm

A lifelong ambition ... to be featured in the RBBD :clap:.

Errr, are the behaviour tips for me or for the guests ?? :shrug:
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Re: Robin

Postby Jacksparrow » Fri Jan 06, 2017 8:41 pm

Placido wrote:A lifelong ambition ... to be featured in the RBBD :clap:.

Errr, are the behaviour tips for me or for the guests ?? :shrug:

You're already trained. It's the young Robins that require pointers on etiquette. :nod:
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