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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Confusion or Promise?


During the snow storm, these robins found refuge in our walnut tree.


Are they confused or is this a promise that spring is coming soon?
(I'm keeping my fingers crossed for the latter)


21 comments:

Garden of Egan said...

Uh, I think they are probably mine.
Tell them to get back here IMMEDIATELY!
I need them so bad.

I hope it warms up for you soon.

Teachinfourth said...

Maybe they're fake...

Valerie said...

What an awesome picture!
8 inches here yesterday & it was all gone by late afternoon!
Darn weather!!!

Facing50Blog.com said...

We have had three robins singing outside too...they are definitely getting frisky as are the blackbirds. Meanwhile it's still grey, cold and wintry here.
Your photograph is so beautiful I'm going to show it to Hubby as he loves birds and it is sure to cheer him up.

Cherie said...

That is so sweet. They must be terribly confused :-D
I do hope it is a sign of spring!

Lesa said...

two seconds ago I posted a picture of the birds in our trees...I think mine are confused..

gigi said...

Confused is right! What's up with your crazy weather?

Kazzy said...

I would pay massive amounts of money to have spri g come early. Dang. No money.

M-Cat said...

I think the birds are a reflection of all of us. Confused. That's what spring in Utah is like anyway. Just plain confusion

Joanie said...

Just give me a blue sky and warm weather when I get home and I might think I am in heaven.

Mimi Sue said...

Do they stay here during the winter? I haven't seen any robins for months. Mimi

Mikki said...

Aw, I miss seeing robins at my grandma's place in Draper. We don't get them down here in Vegas. I always loved their red chests.
I do hope spring is on it's way.

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Valerie said...

That is a beautiful picture! I love birds. I sure hope spring is coming soon!!!

Yvonne said...

Poor little birds--I bet they have just been FREEZING there.

Sure hope it's a sign that Spring is coming very soon.

Natalie said...

What a great picture of the sweet Robins. Love their little red breasts. I didn't even know that they live in Utah. I look forward to seeing some of them here too.

Tracy said...

It's definitely a sign a SPRING!! How's that for positive thinking??!!

Barbaloot said...

Supposedly the groundhog said spring is coming early....but we know how reliable rodents can be.

karen said...

How beautiful they are! The red is so so cheerful. (Don't mind me - I'm kind of a bird geek.) Around my house we have hundreds of hummingbirds. Not many robins - I guess they're in colder climates? I hope it warms up for you soon!

Jenny said...

Seeing them there gives me hope that spring is almost here. Such a beautiful sight!

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