Little Robin

On a nature walk a couple of weekends ago we spotted this little chap. Robins can be so tricky to photograph as they rarely sit still long enough to capture the perfect shot. Thankfully on this occasion this little Robin posed quite contently as I photographed him.

As the weather is starting to warm up slightly I’m trying to find the motivation to go out for walks, which I’m not finding easy at the moment. But when I do find the motivation to venture out with my camera for nature walks and you spot sights such as this it makes it all the more worthwhile. It reminds you how important it is to try and connect with nature on some level.

Blackbird on the Wall

One of the benefits of the current UK Lockdown / social distancing and being at home more than usual is having the time to notice all the wildlife that visits our garden. Most of our garden visitors are birds, including; Sparrows, Blackbirds, Pigeons, Crows, Tits, and various other birds.

This little fellow settled down to enjoy some of the nibbles that we left out for our garden visitors.

Robin of Sherwood

[Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire]

Robin’s may be fondly known as being the first sign of winter, but clearly no one told this little fellow that it is Spring. He was too busy enjoying the feast that Sherwood Forest had to offer.

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