Native to the northern hemisphere, with its distinctive red breast, the Robin is a familiar sight in gardens and woodland areas. The robin is known for its cheerful song, which it often begins to sing at dawn.

Robin Art Print -
Robin Art Print

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About Robin’s

In many parts of the world, the robin is considered a symbol of good luck and is often associated with the arrival of spring. This is because the robin is one of the first birds to begin singing after the long, cold winter months, and its cheerful song is seen as a sign that warmer weather is on the way.

In folklore, the robin is often seen as a friend to gardeners. This is because the robin is known to eat insects that can harm plants, such as aphids and grubs. As a result, many gardeners welcome robins into their gardens and provide them with food and shelter.

The robin has also been featured in many works of literature and art. In English literature, the robin is often depicted as a loyal and faithful friend. In one well-known poem, the poet William Blake wrote about a robin that sat on a tree and sang to him, even in the dead of winter.

Despite its cheerful disposition, the robin is also known to be fiercely territorial. Male robins will often fight to defend their territory and will fiercely attack any other males that enter their territory. This territorial behaviour is thought to be related to the robin’s mating habits, as the male uses its territory to attract a mate.

Overall, the robin is a beloved bird that is known for its cheerful song, friendly disposition, and association with the arrival of spring. It is a loyal and faithful friend to gardeners and a beloved subject in literature and art.

The robin, red-breasted bird sings a cheerful song, In gardens and in the woods it sings all day long
A symbol of good luck and the arrival of spring, The robin is a friend to the gardener and king.
With its bright and cheerful song it lifts our spirits high, The robin, nature’s messenger brings hope to you and I.

Unseely x

Who doesn’t love bird song chorus, especially on a warm, calm and glorious morning. I love drawing birds and you can find wildlife art prints to buy at the Unseely online art shop.

From Robins, Blackbirds, Starlings and even Snowy Owls, has many affordable bird art prints available to buy.  Quality that doesn’t compromise the planet, with sustainable paper,  water based inks and eco packaging. Many different art sizes are available, from square, 8×8 inch, 12×12 inch prints to A4, A3 and custom size prints.

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