sweet, sweet little thing!!!
I really like that yellow and gray together. Nice shots.
Love it, beautiful shots Carole.
Splendid little birds - I loved that grey and yellow colour scheme the first time I saw one, and nothing has changed!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne:PS: ankle will keep me off rough ground for at least another two weeks - sad face!
Hi Carole,Great these beautiful birds.Super to see a yellow robin, here you never see these bird.You've captured perfectly, compliments.
What a beautiful series of photos of this lovely bird Carole.
A lovely colourful bird Carole.
A gorgeous little bird Carole. Nicely taken pictures.
What a sweet little thing!
What a cutie!!!Hugs,Jan
Beautiful.. great captures.I have never seen that little bird before and I love it... even more so with the name Robinbest wishesRobyn
Like the yellow and gray look.
Bonitas capturas.Un abrazo
One of my favourite birds! That first photo in particular is lovely - such sharp contrast to the blurred background.
oh so sweet. I love your birds back ground so much as well. Them cuddling.
Jeszcze w takich kolorach rudzika nie widziałam. Bardzo ładny. Pozdrawiam.Even in these colors never seen a robin. Very nice. Yours.
This little bird is just gorgeous! I always think of a robin having a red breast, and have never seen this kind before. You have gotten some great shots Carole!
Cute little guy
Brilliant photos Carole, what a lovely little bird! Another bird I've never heard of and it is always great learning about them. Thank you :)
What sweet and pretty little birdie. It looks much smaller than our Robins. Are they quite small? Sometimes it's hard to tell from a photo.
What a beautiful little bird! Love the soft colors!
What a beautiful little bird to see Carole... many thanks for sharing a lovely bird I have wasn't aware of.
He is a sweet little fellow we don't see him in Sydney.Merle.......
I've never heard of a yellow or yellow breast robin Carole, but so he does exist. Very nice these photos.
Interesting to see the pictures of that lovely bird down under!Thank you for your advice for the translationbutton. Kindly regards
Way different from our robins! How bright and cheerful these are!
I've been doing some voluntary work for our local Balcombe Estuary Reserve Group. http://www.berg.org.au/We've just opened an audio trail which is named for the Yellow Robin. Go to the Home page http://www.seedsbushland.com.au/ and then click on Audio Tour Sites tab. We're the first and only one just now. You can hear the commentaries on this page if you're interested. Anyway, I'm looking after the information board and would love to use 1 or 2 of your photos. Would that be okay with acknowledgement of course?Cheers,Ros.
Ros I'm sure your involvement with the estuary group is very rewarding in many differing ways. You're very welcome to save the photos you wish and please link to my blog, that's fine. This is indeed one of my favourite little birds to see.
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