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Saturday, March 15, 2014

The First Robin of Spring

Quebec superstition says that whoever sees the first robin of spring will have good luck. It's also our state (Michigan) bird.

Can you spot him?

There in the trees?

He looks very dapper with his new red breast.

So hopefully he's a sign that this long, rough winter is coming to a close. Maybe he's bringing a little good luck for all of us!

18 comments:

Henry's human said...

Beautiful hopeful bird! Yay spring!!

weliveinaflat said...

That's a pretty bird :)

The Swiss Cats said...

What a beautiful bird ! They don't live in our country ! Purrs

Jeanne Pursell said...

Good thought Pam! We could all use a little good luck!! Hope things are well with you.
Jeanne and the girlz

The J-Cats said...

A birdie! How very purr-ty! We wish We could get up closer to check it out (heh heh). No, no - We're just looking. Honest!

Emma said...

I haven't noticed a robin, but the squirrels seem much more active!

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

We are so GLAD that you saw your FURST Robin of Spring.

Wednesday and entire FLOCK of them landed in our yard.. then flew off. NORTHWARD.

speedyrabbit said...

Yay!hope shines eternal,xx Speedy

Dolly theDoxie said...

I grew up in Michigan and remember how great it was to see the first Robin in Spring. The Lady

mythreemoggies said...

Beautiful x

Murray's Mouth said...

We say BRING ON SPRING!

Johann The Dog said...

Lucky, lucky!!! We are sooooo ready for spring!

Angel Keisha said...

I like birdees. :)

The Island Cats said...

We've been seeing robins for a couple of weeks now. We sure wish spring would get here.

Brenda said...

We've had lots of robins here in North Carolina all winter. It's not unusual to see one or two, but it's pretty unusual to see flocks of robins all winter long. It was cold here, below zero some nights. I wonder what they ate??

Jenna,Mark Drady said...

BOL!!! I did not see him in that first photo!
A bit of good luck we all could use, thats for sure!
Thanks for coming by my blog today and thanks SO much for your vote as well! If you can come vote once a day we sure would appreciate it!
Many thanks and Happy St. Paddy's Day!

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meowmeowmans said...

He sure is handsome! And yes, wouldn't it be grand if his appearance signals that spring is coming REALLY soon? :)

Cattle Aussies said...

Can't see him in the first photo, but that is one beautifully colored bird!

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