Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Flight Check

The last of three robins to leave the nest.



A couple of seconds after I snapped this pic...it took flight!
Yay...we can let the dog back out on the patio.

More birds are flying @ World Bird Wednesday  - go take a look or join in!

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40 comments:

  1. i just love young robins w/ their cute spots! :)

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  2. too cute for words!! these are amazing close ups!!

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  3. What great shots, Karen! Love the detail!

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  4. Super shot especially like the reflection in the birds eye!

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  5. We have three baby Towhees in a nest, a week or so from this stage. Hopefully I can get a picture of one has nice as yours here, before they fly off.

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  6. So perfect sharp and beautiful.

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  7. You captured that wee guy wonderfully. Lovely shot!!!

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  8. What gorgeous captures of this little cutie!! I love them and all the detail! Really terrific, Karen! I bet the doggie loves being able to get back out on the patio, too!! Hope your week is going well!

    Sylvia

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  9. Congrats on the flight Karen!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  10. Beautiful details you caught in this baby bird.

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  11. Beautiful details you caught in this baby bird.

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  12. Great shots, very good sharpness!!!

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  13. Great photos of the young robin.

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  14. How precious! I love your detailed images. :)) Very nice!

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  15. Your juvie robins are so cute, great photos.

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  16. Awesome to see this post! Well done!

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  17. How nice to watch the bird go from egg to fledgling!

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  18. Fantastic closeup shots of the beautiful Robin.
    Mette

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  19. Our Robins are just beginning to hatch here. Your youngster has fledged and looking forward to the wonderful life of an adult Robin ... how very cute. Pictures are greaat ... and I am sure your dog is thrilled.

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  20. Throw that dog of yours an extra bone for being so patient!

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  21. well done, terrific closeups of the beaut little guy *VBS*

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  22. The dog will be happy that the 'teen-agers' have left the nesT! Thanks for giving them a fighting chance ;>)

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  23. Great pictures you show.
    Wishing you a good day.
    Hanne Bente / hbt.finus.dk

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  24. Wonderful sequence of shots.

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  25. I am always concerned when the babies take of with their pin-feathers still showing. Cute shots.

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  26. They look just like the Blackbirds I had nesting outside my front door a couple of years ago.

    Nice pictures.

    Stewart M - Australia

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  27. lovely shots full of such detail
    just had to pop in and say i love your new profile icon :-)

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  28. Aww so cute! I'm so happy they all flew away!

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  29. You got such fantastic captures. Too good.

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  30. Thanks for stopping in everyone!

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  31. lovely young robin; I love to see their photos.

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  32. Fantastic shots Karen. Superb!

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