American Robin – Juvenile

Linking to Macro Monday
and Texture Tuesday


43 Comments on “American Robin – Juvenile”

  1. nonoymanga says:

    Cute wild life!!! Cheers Nonoy Manga

  2. bon bon says:

    some pretty cardinal sent me over from your sunday best, but then i saw this cute guy and and was drawn in by that little speckled chest. 😉

  3. rachel27b says:

    The detail of his/her chest feathers is great!

  4. einfachtilda says:

    Ist das ein hübscher Voge!!

  5. petra says:

    handsome fella 🙂

  6. Janis says:

    Nice capture…love all you pics here!

  7. TexWisGirl says:

    love this. miss seeing the young ones as we only get adults during winter.

  8. Kia says:

    So different from our European Robin! Really beautiful 🙂

  9. BeyondZephyr says:

    Such a pretty pretty young thing!

  10. ladyfi says:

    Such a lovely close-up!

  11. Jim says:

    Look at that innocent expression!
    We were just talking about the Robins in our garden this morning. They have had such a difficult time this summer bringing their young to maturity because of the other birds and the squirrels eating their eggs and young.

  12. Gail says:

    Wow, you got a good shot! They really have such interesting markings at the stage.

  13. Jann Olson says:

    What a great shot of the Robin. He seems to be just pleased as punch to pose for you.

  14. Lovely little baby — you captured his soft downy feathers beautifully!

  15. artmusedog says:

    Fantastic shot ~ so cute (A Creative Harbor)

  16. Leovi says:

    Magnificent shot, I like how you captured the beauty of plumage.

  17. What fantastic detail, Pat! Such a cute little one.

  18. Birgitta says:

    Beautiful capture!

  19. Robyn says:

    Pat, neat capture of the patchy red breast of a young Robin.

  20. geanina says:

    beautiful capture!! like, like, like…:)

  21. Donna Heber says:

    Amazing photo of this Robin. The detail is exquisite! Thank you for stopping to visit me. Enjoy the rest of your week.

  22. Ellie says:

    What a cute guy – great shot you got of him 🙂

  23. Hootin' Anni says:

    So pretty…yet so fragile and nearly helpless….can’t help but love birds!!! Great photo Pat.

  24. Lisa Gordon says:

    What a beautiful face on this little guy.
    The detail you have captured in the feathers is wonderful.

  25. Catherine says:

    You’ve captured a really lovely shot of the robin, great macro.

  26. DelGal says:

    He looks deep in thought, wondering where his next worm is 🙂

  27. Teresa says:

    What a great shot! I love how the little one looks like s/he’s posing.

  28. jidhujose says:

    its looking to u 🙂

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  29. Stewart M says:

    Hi there – you really can tell that this robin is a sort of thrush from this picture – great texture.


  30. Bryan says:

    Nice picture. They are adorable to watch.

  31. You get the best shots! So cute, too.

  32. Sylvia says:

    What a sweet bird, Pat, wonderful capture !
    Nice evening,

  33. Sherry Galey says:

    Love the way the tones in the subject and background echo each other. Lovely image!

  34. ormbunke says:

    Snygg fågel och snyggt fotograferat. Ha de gott

  35. It’s amazing how different robins look from their parents when they are young

  36. veredit says:

    awesome portrait !!

  37. Marilyn says:

    How cute. He’s just getting his feathers. I love them when they are young and flutter around trying to learn to fly “properly”.

  38. Beautiful shot! Even the background colors and texture are lovely!

  39. Fergiemoto says:

    So adorable! It’s fantastic you got such a nice closeup!

  40. Isn’t he pretty. We don’t get them down here until late winter and they don’t look like that.

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