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Photos of birds from Denmark

Robin (Erithacus rubecula)

Both sexes maintain territories in winter, so it is rare to see more than one robin at the bird table. Robins feed primarily on insects, which it finds in low vegetation or on the ground. In winter it learns quickly to get to the bird table, where it is sipping of the crumbs, other birds leave behind. If you want to make an extra effort to lure the Robins to the bird table, you can buy bird food with added dried mealworms.

Robin in alder
Robin on stone
Robin in alder
Robin on stone
Robin in autumn
Robin in autumn
Robin in autumn
Robin in autumn

Robin in tree Robin in snow
Robin in tree
Robin in snow
Robin in snow
Robin in snow
Robin in snow
Robin in snow
Robin on willow in the first snow, winter 2014
Robin on willow in the first snow, winter 2014
Robin on willow in the first snow, winter 2014

 
Robin on the bird table
Robin in spring february 2014
Robin on the bird table
Robin in spring february 2014

 
Robin in spring february 2014
Robin on willow
Robin in spring february 2014
Robin on willow

Robin on stone
Robin on tree stump
Robin on stone
Robin on tree stump

Robin on willow
Robin on willow branch in light sunshine winter 2014
Robin on willow
Robin on willow branch in light sunshine winter 2014

Robin on willow branch in light sunshine winter 2014
Robin with mealworm
Robin on willow branch in light sunshine winter 2014
Robin with mealworm

 



 

 

 

 

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