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Old Jun 25, 2005, 8:19 AM   #1
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Hi,

This probably is not that blackbird what you are photographing in USA, but in my bidr book the english name was blackbird. And this one is something like your robin.
They have nest in our garden, so they are usually very often visiting it too, so nice possibility to take some pictures. This is whole family - male, female and young bird. Young one was most friendly and allowed me to approach very close, while others were more shy.
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1. Male

2. Female

3. Young bird

4. Same young bird
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Old Jun 25, 2005, 3:06 PM   #2
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CerambyX wrote:
"Hi,

This probably is not that blackbird what you are photographing in USA, but in my bidr book the english name was blackbird. And this one is something like your robin.
They have nest in our garden, so they are usually very often visiting it too, so nice possibility to take some pictures. This is whole family - male, female and young bird. Young one was most friendly and allowed me to approach very close, while others were more shy.
All comments apreciated!

Cheers!"

I like ther last shot best. Quite a bit of nice detail. But they are all good.

This bird is indeed related to our Robin and not a Black bird. It is in the "Thrush" family of birds.

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