First robins of spring   8 comments

first robin

They are out there, trust me.
Tigger and Zumba don’t miss a thing.

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Posted April 6, 2014 by salpal1 in What I love

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8 responses to “First robins of spring

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  1. We have tons of Robins. Four of which I recognize from last year, back to torment me when I am eating breakfast. Yarn Rascal has been fascinated with all the animal movement. He loves chasing moths, butterflies and birds.

  2. Aww 🙂 I haven’t see the robin in my garden yet I’ll ask Old Dog if he knows it’s whereabouts 🙂

  3. They are so cute, love them. 🙂

    • thanks! they are cute, and fun. I got a photo of all three of them looking out the window, but it was too blurry to post. Then Allie got scared and got down. But Zumba and Tigger were entranced for a long time.

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