European Robin Jigsaw Puzzle

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dbnc2
Nov 1, 2017
What a beauty
God made so many beautiful things
dbnc2
Oct 18, 2017
Still a beauty
elijah13
Jun 11, 2016
Since this is a European robin, ours must be an American robin. Sure didn't take long to do this puzzle.
dbnc2
Apr 30, 2016
Another beauty
susanjanefgm
Sep 17, 2015
Hello Robin Red Breast! I have fond memories of having them in the garden in England...and they always make the Christmas cards seem extra special being on them! :)
retirenow14
Sep 19, 2015
OOH, you have a Jack Russell Terrier for your symbol. Mine is pure white and about 11 years old. She was rescued from a bad breeder who kept her in an old barn in the Northeastern US. She and 31 others in awful shape were seized by the county animal welfare agency. My husband and I had to apply to adopt her revealing a lot about our incomes, household, beliefs, etc. But she has been our little Emma for the last 7 years. Though she is pretty happy and healthy for an old girl, I still see flashbacks occur in her life every once in a while.
susanjanefgm
Sep 21, 2015
Oh that is such a nice thing you have done and shared - thank you :) I have just lost my Rascal at 12 1/2 ~ been a very low point. Bless you.
fiestyolelady
Mar 4, 2016
I have a rescue Lab who is terrified of storms. No one ever claimed her so we get along fine.
fiestyolelady
Mar 4, 2016
I think my cats have chased all the robins away. but there is another type in the same bush where they were.
sharondarlene
Oct 20, 2015
Lovely!!!
JamieT
Sep 17, 2015
I don't remember seeing any robins when I was in Europe, but I was either there in the early spring or mid-Autumn, plus, I really wasn't looking for birds.

I like robins - one of my favorite things to watch them do is listening for worms. A robin will stand on the ground with his head cocked to one side - after a few seconds, he will hop once or twice, listen some more.

As a kid, I once took a small shovel and turned some soil over so that there would be some worms available for birds. I had a bird feeder that my dad made outside my window.
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