Thursday, April 20, 2017

Thankful for . . .

a quiet morning watching creation

What was that?

I heard it too
Got it!!

 Robins use auditory and visual cues to help find worms. Hopping around the yard, peering into the grass or “head-cocking” to locate a nice juicy worm. In no time, they find their prey and fly off with a mouthful.



  1. I wondered why they cock their heads, now I know. Oh sweet Lucy, I wish Jake would just lay there while a bird was on the ground. tell your momma I miss the pic of you on the side bar. just sayin

  2. Hello, great captures of the robin. It is neat learning how they find the worms. Cute furbaby! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

  3. Watching nature is most enjoyable.Great shots of the activity.

  4. Cute photos of the robins. They really are fun to watch. Lovely garden. x Karen

  5. I always love watching Robins. Such sweet birds! Thanks for linking up today and have a great weekend!


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