Beyond reach

Robin Rowland 
An American robin reaches for berries on a tree in Kitimat, BC, March 23, 2019. (Robin Rowland)

Today is the first day the snow has melted enough that I could go for a walk in the play bush near my home. An American robin was  on a tree branch and kept stretching its neck to try to get berries that were just beyond reach.   After numerous tries, it finally realized it was a futile effort and flew off another branch where the picking was easier.

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