Monday, April 2, 2012

How To Make A Mama Robin Really Angry!!!

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Snapping photos of robin’s eggs…

Sorry it’s blurry but that Mama Robin was not happy with me….

 

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The Clematis…nobody got upset with my snaps…

 

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10 comments:

  1. Very cool sighting, It will be great to see the baby robins.

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  2. What a lovely post. I really enjoyed your colorful photos and the Robin's eggs.

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  3. I deal with those ANGRY Robins too "AND" you did well with your picture of her future BROOD! LOVE your clematis! AHHH, LOVE THAT COLOR!!!
    Thank you for sharing all the smiles.
    Happy Easter Week to you and yours,
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  4. Bet Mama Robin was cussing you out in bird talk!!!!! ha ha

    Clematis blooms are gorgeous. Ours hasn't bloomed yet.

    Gonna be out-of-pocket for a few days...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  5. Yes - those birds can get mean. :D Nice job on the photos - you did good even under attack.

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  6. That is my first time seeing Robin eggs. Hope you get pics when they are hatched:)

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  7. We are a bit behind you here...I saw several robins at our pond's edge this morning gathering mud and sticks...I love the beautiful blue eggs! Happy Easter!

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  8. Lovely photos. Nice blog. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  9. I just discovered your blog and I feel so good about it. Love your cheerful smile and the way you enjoy playing with your photos. We had a robin once chase our cat under the deck and stand guard for a week. That poor cat, every time he tried coming out, that robin would go after him. We had never seen anything like that before. Well, we must say that robins are good momma's, they certainly do protect their young. Have a glorious day, and do come by and visit my blog. Your newest follower, Connie :) P.S. Your photography is amazing!

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  10. I love your header...gorgeous!The texturizing on the clematis is really nice too. I`m having fun playing with editing as well.

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