The First Robin of Spring

Enjoying my first cup of coffee while watching the flurry of activity at the bird feeders is a lovely way to start the day.

I just about spilled said coffee scrambling for my camera when I spied this newcomer.

My first robin sighting of the season sparked a bit of joy that stayed with me all day.

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2 Responses to The First Robin of Spring

  1. Sara says:

    That is a really chubby robin! I saw the first one a few days ago, too.

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