Showing posts with label robino. Show all posts
Showing posts with label robino. Show all posts

Monday, May 5, 2014

Robino Comes Home!

Amazing. We almost didn't recognize Robino. It was a difficult trip this winter, and a long, long winter to boot. Poor Robino! I know there was a lot of girth that wasn't totally accountable from feathers, but this slim, happy Robino. Well! What a nice surprise!


Robino surveying his old territory near the Metropolitan Museum in Central Park

Friday, April 6, 2012

Robino Finds a Twig

Robino is back!  The migration was a  success.  Robino has returned from a journey of hundreds of miles, using only the onboard mind for a pilot and a six-ounce body with feathered wings for a plane.

 It's spring and well into nest building season; Robino has found a perfect patch of sun with lots of dead grass. This time of year, modeling just isn't a priority!
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Robin in Mid-Central Park




Sunday, August 7, 2011

Robino and Squiva: Blotchy!

Both Robino and Squiva are blotchy for some reason. Maybe the humidity?  The Heat?   Robino (being very high strung and anxious) agreed to this photo regardless, but Squiva!  Squiva came right up to me for a change, but the coat is not doing well.  It is healing, but of course Squiva couldn't bear to appear without everything in total array.  We expect it  to be all better in a month or so.
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