A robin hunts for bugs in a pile of moss

Robin Rowland 

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An American robin, searching for bugs, tosses a pile of moss out of the way as the sun sets over Kitimat, May 27, 2015. (Robin Rowland)

The sun was setting over my yard, and this robin swoops down and stops on the fence post, looking down at a pile of moss that has grown up in one corner.

The robin lands on the post, preparing to hunt for his sun set dinner. (Robin Rowland)
The robin lands on the post, preparing to hunt for his sun set dinner. (Robin Rowland)
The robin explores the piles of moss that have grown up since winter. (Robin Rowland)
The robin explores the piles of moss that have grown up since winter. (Robin Rowland)
The robin picks up a pile of moss preparing to toss it out of the way of the bugs. (Robin Rowland)
The robin picks up a pile of moss preparing to toss it out of the way of the bugs. (Robin Rowland)

All images taken with my 1960s vintage Tele-Astranar 400mm prime, with E-mount converter and my Sony Alpha 6000.

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