This profile looks like the American Robin. Currently, they are here in Gainesville enjoying an abundance of bugs in the yards as they migrate back north. Robins are one of my very favorite birds as I have many memories of them raising their young in our back yard Dogwood trees.
Oh he’s pretty! I’m seeing (and hearing) the birds coming around again – just a few right now. Soon we’ll be hearing the resident pheasants! I call them Mr. and Mrs. Barkley D. Fezzant. They are so much fun to watch. The Mrs. scratches around for bugs in my flower bed and lawn while Mr. struts back and forth where the grass meets the street looking bold and challenging to any other Mr. who might try to steal his lady. I can’t wait 🙂
Is it a robin? Ours are more brown, it seems. But maybe that’s dust…
I’m thinking it’s a robin but I’m not an expert, just an admirer.
I am going to use that at every chance I get! “I’m not an expert, just an admirer.” Love it!
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