birds of a feather squawk together

A late snow arrived at the farm last week, bringing with it the chirping and rustling of feathers in the nearby apple trees just outside our work-a-day windows. First, there was one ..

innocent and cute looking enough. Then …

… two. Then, their tail feathers got to rustlin’.

Then three. The ref squawked and the battle for frozen apples began.

If you’re interested in learning more about robins, check out Journey North American.

  1. Linda Treap says:

    Here in Ohio I’ve usually seen a robin by now in my yard, I did see
    one at my friend’s house about 6 miles from here. Do you normally
    have robins this early? Great pictures.

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