I'd love to see some robins! We just get boring sparrow birds around here usually.
Hrumph. Now you just hold yer horses, Billy-Boy. Don't you be runnin' your mouf about my LCG, who sounds nuffing, NUFFING at all like some chirping avian entity.
We have not seen the robins yet.Hopefully soon.Do they really sound like Caroline?MOL!Purrs Georgia and Julie,Treasure and JJ
MOL at them being named Caroline. They're still fun to watch, aren't they?
that sounds like very premium Bird TV to us. Do you get a special rate?
William and Ivan, maybe you can have your mom open the door, so Caroline can yell at the robins to get them to pipe down!
dood.....when yur sisturr lurns bout what ewe said.....whoa......best bee sleepin with one eye open !!! for reel !!!! ♥♥♥
Que sorte você tem, os pássaros não se aproximam da nossa casa, por que será? hihihi
Yes, they can be quite noisy, but not nearly as pretty as Caroline!
Our robins are different than yours, much smaller and tuneful. They stay here all year round and don't migrate at all. My mum googled American robins and it says they are in the thrush family. Their latin name is Turdus Migratorius which might be why the Trout Towne Tabbies call them Bass-Turd birds.
Bird TV is great :)
We've been seeing a lot of robins lately too. They are noisy!
Don't let that sweet girlcat of yours find out you named the robins after her.Emma and Buster
Hey----Where ***are*** you? Is your Mom pulling a Human????