If It Sings Like a Robin…….

If it hops like a robin. If it hangs out with robins. If it has a red breast like a robin it surely must be a robin, even if it is white. I didn’t know albino robins existed but here are the pictures to prove it.

Whitey the albino robin

Whitey the albino Robin

Robins don’t visit feeders but here are some of the birds we entertained at our feeder this summer. These are familiar to me so I shouldn’t get any wrong like I did in my last post.

 Bob Bluejay

Brewster Bluejay

Red the curious Cardinal

Red the curious Cardinal

Harry the Hairy Woodpecker

Harry the Hairy Woodpecker

Monty the Mourning Dove sharing with Chip the Chipping sparrow

Monty the Mourning Dove sharing with Chip the Chipping sparrow

Percy the Purple finch

Percy the Purple finch

Rodney the Rose breasted  grosbeak

Rodney the Rose breasted grosbeak

Cedric the baby Cedar Waxwing just out of the nest.

Cedric the baby Cedar Waxwing just out of the nest.

And one unwanted guest, Rodney the Red squirrel

And one uninvited guest, Rodney the Red squirrel

We’ve been home in Canada since the 5th of May and this is my first official post about our summer and summer is now nearly over. We moved to a new campground last week; found a nice place outside Guelph Ont. that caters to snowbirds, open 7 months, no children allowed. Our site backs on a pond so we have a lovely view, no back door neighbors and it is very quiet. Now we are closer to all the amenities we had been driving an hour and a half to get to, at least once a week.

Nobody's home

Nobody’s home

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2 comments on “If It Sings Like a Robin…….”

  1. Love the birds, especially the albino robin. And Rodney. I haven’t seen a red squirrel but I’ve seen a white one!

  2. I just gathered our yard birds together this week for a blog……but need another lesson!


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