Victorian Alps, I spotted this little fellow.
I only had my normal lens, so it was sweet
of him to let me get so close.
Flame Robin, Petroica multicolor
Front view showing white cap.
After a snowfall over night, his
Mrs. came to visit our lodge.
She was as cute as she could stare.
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What a beautiful bird with his scarlet breast on black with that touch of white. A nice snowy find.ReplyDelete
Lovely little bird! Beautiful photos, indeed!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for your comment on my blog and for the information about the plant which name I didn't know.
Lovely shots, Aria!ReplyDelete
Beautiful indeed! Love the colors! Nature is so full of lovely sights and creatures, in spite of the bad news everyday, we still have so much to be grateful for. Thanks for showing one of them.ReplyDelete
What a precious little bird with his wifey!!ReplyDelete
So beautiful....! I wish I’d know the name of every bird specie that visits my garden.... On Thanksgiving Day we had a much unexpected visitor--a beautiful bird, of wish I will be posting soon, appeared out of nowhere, he didn't belong there, that much I know….. Wish I recognized what it was… maybe a prairie falcon… he was certainly beautiful ;)ReplyDelete
Have a good day
I'm crazy for robins.ReplyDelete
A magnificent little bird and so is his Mrs. Great photos and considerate of them to pose so beautifully.ReplyDelete
He is even more colourful than our little robin here in the UK. I wonder if he is as aggressive - our little chap is quite a fierce bird when he gets going.ReplyDelete
Great photos. Wish I could get that close to a robin but so far they have proved elusive.ReplyDelete
I didn't know there was such a bird, and the perfect name!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful visit to your site today! Little Robin Redbreast and that amazing mass of roses. Wow--thanks for sharing the beauty in your part of the world!ReplyDelete
That is one beautiful bird.Different from any in my area.ReplyDelete
Arija, that is the best thing I've seen for a long time . What splendour all around you, but that little bird. . .beautiful.xReplyDelete
beautiful and sweet... tweet tweet...ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures. I loved the post for My world especially the one with the fire place.ReplyDelete
Sweet robin! I love the colors! Beautiful pictures.ReplyDelete
Its always nice to see birds from other locations, and these wee guys are very cute! Beautiful photos!ReplyDelete
Beautiful bird colors.
The sweetest bird! Here our Robins are a sure sign of Spring because now we have none in sight..I named my daughter after my favorite bird ..Robin.ReplyDelete
BTW I enjoyed your visit to the ski lodge..what a magical place hidden in the snowy woods!
Such a colorful bird! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
What a sweet and nice looking bird. Beautiful.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful bird...Love the bright orange...ReplyDelete
How lovely! I should start participating in this meme.ReplyDelete
She's wonderful! I had never seen one before! Thanks so much for posting this lovely bird!ReplyDelete
Hello I heard you were someone special and this blog is wonderful. I had no idea that we had robins in Australia . .I'm in Sydney so they're few and far between!ReplyDelete