The Robin came for supper

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  1. Fangman

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    Taken after 7pm this evening - the difference in light a couple of weeks makes - roll on summer!​
     
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    are you sure that is a Robin ?
     
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    wow, the robins here could eat that little piddely robin
     
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    This is the Robin redbreast of nursery rhymes - the European robin as seen on Christmas Cards the world over!
     
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    It's a beautiful little bird. But doesn't look much like what we call a Robin over here.
     
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    Nice pic! But yeah, the Robins here are a much more substantial bird! Darker, with no red on the face, too.
     

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