posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 03:23 AM
If you think catching him and taking him to the other end of the country to let him go will sort out the problem, you're up a beanpole. He'll be back
home before you are. You've got a big house planted right in the middle of his territory.
Why don't you get out there and talk to him? They're not totally stupid and a robin can be tamed and eating out of your hand in under an hour. Get a
handful of his favourite food and get outside and have a go. When you're mates, tell him politely that he's being a pest and see if you can come to
I have robins fighting over my garden space every year. They are amongst the best song birds ever and have sing-offs to decide who wins. I
thoroughly enjoy hearing them. There must be something wrong with your ears.
If you really can't put up with him then get a pretend robin and stick him in your garden somewhere and watch what happens. Get a camera on them
too, it should be fun.
Come to think of it - if he's really being that much of a pest and knocking on your windows and not going away then I think he's really trying to tell
you something important. You're just not listening. You really should talk.
edit on 31-1-2012 by wigit because: (no reason given)