A Robin from Bishops Gate at Downhill Demense
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A3 Print in a 20" x 16" Mount
A4 Print in a 16" x 12" Mount
7inch x 5inch in a 10inch x 8 inch Mount
9cm x 6cm Fridge Magnet
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The robin is a member of the thrush family, so is related to the blackbird and the nightingale. Both male and female robins hold their own territories in the winter, so both sexes sing the same winter song. The robin was declared Britain's National Bird on December 15th, 1960.
Many people believe that a visit from a Robin is a sign that a lost relative is visiting them, in the spiritual world Robins are viewed as a symbol of visits from our deceased loved ones. The Robin also symbolises new beginnings and life, and is also looked upon by many as a sign of fortune and good luck.
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