August 18, 2015  •  18 Comments

Juvenile American Robin1/250 sec. f/6.3 ISO 400 1/250 sec. f/6.3 ISO 400


Juvenile American Robin1/320 sec. f/6.3 ISO 400 1/320 sec. f/6.3 ISO 400

Juvenile American Robins

Linking to Wild Bird Wednesday


What Karen Sees(non-registered)
You have captured this beautiful bird perfectly.
Great shots, Brian! We only see Robins here during migration and by then the juveniles usually have their adult plumage.
Stewart Monckton(non-registered)
You can certainly see that this bird is a type of thrush when its at this age - apart from that red/orange in the chest it looks like a young Song Thrush

cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Ida P. Krause(non-registered)
I don't think I've ever seen a young robin before. The speckles on their feathers are so different. These were wonderful shots.
Beautiful photos of the young robin!
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