The early bird........gets the worm! It's true!
shelly: He did catch a big woem, neat photos.
Classic! I love sitting and watching Robins get a mouth full of worms to take back to the nest.
EEWWW! Nice picture! I don't think I will eat breakfast now.
I'm hoping I will be that "early bird" when I visit the nursery today for more rose bushes! Great post, I am so ready for warm sunny days...joy c. at grannymountain
Great photographs. Now run out and document some other wise sayings for us...like a bird in the hand worth two in the bush.
That's why us Early Birders get up early!
Isn't it so true? Great photos. I've seen a Robin stretch that rubbery worm at least six inches before. I had a photo of it published in Birds & Blooms a few months back. Those ol' worms hang on for dear life!
Wow Gosh! Amazing sequence. Just wonderful. You got it at the right moment!
ummm...just eating my lunch..when I saw that robin's catch!! lol Great picture..right place right time!!
Haha! Tug, baby tug. Great capture of a moment in time.
Nice fishing worm, don't you think Fishing guy?Patsy
Nice catch! Really gross, cuz no likey the creepy crawlies, but really nice capture!
Oh gak!! Well, there's something out there for every taste... And great shots, regardless. We see them so often it's easy to forget what handsome birds robins are.
It's not raining in your shot but reminded my of this Raffi kids song:Robin in the rain,Such a saucy fellow.Robin in the rain,Mind your socks of yellow.Running in the garden on your nimble feet,Digging for your dinner with your long strong beak.Robin in the rain,You don't mind the weatherShowers always make you gay.Bet the worms are wishing you would stay at home.
Ah! That's awesome! It looks like he's projectile vomiting live worms!
Great photos Shelley. Did you see if it took the worm off for nestlings or gobbled it up there and then?
Good capture Shelley; both of you :)
Great capture.I have tried to get ths but without luck. Blessings,Ruth
Shelley! I love these captures! Robins always make my heart sing..in fact I named me Spring baby Robin..she's now 40!! hugs NG
That is some worm :-) great shot Shelley!
I'd rather eat trail mix. Awesome picture Shelley!! *****
Shelley---You grow BIG worms up there in Michigan, don't you?????It's no wonder you have such healthy Robins!!!!!!Thanks for a cute post.Have a great and wonderful day.Hugs,Betsy
Shell, are these worms making a mess out of your yard or is it just in da U.P? It is almost impossible to walk evenly due to all the underground activity of these worms! And they are HUGE this year! Must be all the rain!
Yes, the early bird does get the worm...and it isn't as easy to catch him at it as it looks! A very nice picture, Shelley - they're feeding babies worms like crazy at my house, too!
What a nicely timed shot!!!! Now, did you happen to catch him also taking his morning hygiene? haWonderful!
Ha! What beautiful photos you got Shelly!!
Hee hee..love it.
Beautiful robin shots! I've been trying to get a good shot of a robin for several days now, and I've got nothing as good as these. Good work!
You're right Shelley!!
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well caught ! :-)
Two great captures! The colors are beautiful on that Robin!
Uggh! I'm sure glad I don't have to eat worms! HA! Great photos, Shelley! :)
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