Resident bird

Resident bird

It doesn't fly away. I don't know if it's injured or what.
Despite what you see here, to me it actually looks bigger than most adult robins.
I believe it's an adult.


The pictures are grainy because I couldn't get too close to it before it hopped away, but it wouldn't fly away. It's otherwise trapped/protected inside my totally fenced garden, enjoying a schmorgasboard of slugs and worms and buggies. So, because it does seem to be eating slugs, I'm really happy to host him/her, but I'm concerned that it might be sick. Any suggestions?
New (Empty) Apartment

New (Empty) Apartment

Habaneros and Amaryllis

Habaneros and Amaryllis

So this is my room

So this is my room

Final plans for this years garden

Final plans for this years garden

my room.

my room.

Thrips, pesticide and veggie contamination

Thrips, pesticide and veggie contamination