What a cute little chick!
heeheee, I like to see them cock their heads when they are listening.
They look very cute when they cock their heads. Beautiful birds.
Cheaper to buy worms in bulk. But yuck!!! :-)
I live very near the St. Joseph River. We have a bait shop about 3 blocks away. I made many trips there buying meal worms for my Blue Birds when I first tried to attract them. We have a TON of worms in our yard. Turn over a rock...vwallah!! Worm farm, lol.I love it that your daughters have a reputation already!!xx, Carol
Lindas e belas aves.Boas fotografias.Um abraço e bom fim de semana.
How very different your robins are to ours here in the UK. And how lovely of you to save the chick. He's a very lucky chap. All the best, Bonny
Love the top one :) The robins are back here now, it's wonderful to hear them again.
There's nothing more enjoyable than watching a big, plump Robin running about the lawn hunting down worms.
how adorable.. we used to dig worms in our back yard.. but never fed one to a baby bird before
A fine "Robin" series. I could imagine feeding the young one night crawlers.
He should grow up quickly as they mature in a week or so. That is up close and personal with a robin.
Nice Robin shots. the Robins are here too staking out the Cherry trees looking for a perfect spot to eat cherries this summer. LOLMB
What a cute cheep-cheep! I've never had the occasion to price earthworms. That's really kind of you to feed the youngster. Soon, it will pluck its own out of the yard.
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