18 Robin Images
Today we have a marvelous collection of Robin Images! A robin is a familiar bird … it’s a small to medium-sized songbird with an orange-red breast and throat, grey back and wings, and brownish-black head. The average lifespan of a robin is about 12 years. It’s always a treat to see these charming birds out in the wild, or in the yard, in shrubs or on the lawns searching for Earthworms. Featured below are many of these beautiful songbirds… some with nests and eggs along with a few babies. Their breeding season is generally from April till July, and they will typically have 2-3 sets of young broods each season. Incubation time is about 12-15 days. They are very busy birds! Some of these are American Robins, but some are probably from the U.K. or Europe as I purchase ephemera from all over. There are both males and females in this set. I adore the Winter and Holiday images included in this set. There are even a couple of Vintage Feathered Friend Labels for you to add text if you like. All are nice Vintage Robin Pictures to use in your craft or DIY Projects. Some might make a lovely gift tag too. I hope you enjoy these!
This is a really wonderful Vintage Robin image from an 1890’s Children’s Encyclopedia! It has such fantastic detail to it, and it couldn’t be more charming!!
Here is a cute Vintage Feathered Friends Image! Shown above is an Antique Scrap Die Cut piece featuring two lovely adult Robins along with their adorable Babies and their Nest! This is a nice one for your Fall decor or Craft Projects!
Shown here is a lovely Mama Bird feeding her four hungry fledglings in their nest. A very pretty bird picture with nice soft colors.
Above is a sweet Royalty Free Image showing a Bird Flying across a snowy Winter Scene! I love the the branch of Mistletoe that extends beyond the scene.
This is a Lovely Winter Birds Image! The graphic above shows two sweet golden flyers perched on a Branch in a Wintery Scene. There’s a little Robin in the scene as well; perhaps they are neighbors! A very pretty bird picture.
I adore this!!! Such a fabulous antique bird card displayed here. This one is a beautiful red breast Bird set in front of a Lyre, a Laurel wreath, and a gorgeous cloudy sky background. The card reads, “A Tribute of unending Love.” The vibrant, vivid colors are quite alluring for me!
This is a Sad, but Sweet, Vintage Cherubs with Robin Image! The illustration was scanned from an Antique card. The card shows two Beautiful Cherubs flying through the Clouds, with a little bird who has an arrow in his heart. Poor little thing! It looks like the Cherubs are taking him to Heaven.
Here we have a charming Free Robin Clip Art Image! Perched on a Cherry tree branch, he has such lovely red coloring that matches the berries on the Tree. Scanned from a darling Circa 1922 Children’s Bird Book, I love the bright colors on this one!
Here is the latest addition to this collection. Shown above is a cute Robin Picture. There are 2 healthy looking birds perched on a branch.
Robins Pictures with Eggs
Shown above are two lovely red breasted birds, perched next to… and in… their charming Nest. The Nest is complete with five wonderful Blue Eggs! I also love the Spring scene around the birds with pink Blossoms and white fluffy Pussy Willows. Who’s ready for Spring?!
This is a wonderful Vintage Bird card from “The American Singer Series,” circa 1899. It is a lovely Robin with a beautiful blue egg illustration on a lovely farmhouse landscape! A great big thank you to Tracy in Alberta, Canada for sharing this one with us!
Antique Robin Pictures with Advertising
Pictured above is a lovely Antique Advertising Song Bird Image! This graphic is an old advertising card for the Woolson Spice Company. It has a fun Midsummer Greeting on it and two cute birdies. This happy guy is sitting on a limb and appears to be singing. A very pretty and colorful bird picture with pink blossoms and a lovely meadow below.
Here’s a splendid Old Advertising Trade Card! This one shows a singing Robin with its bright red chest perched on its charming wooden Birdhouse. The card was made to advertise shoes. Lovely!
Vintage Robin Images with Labels
This is a Beautiful old Songbird Label! Here is a sweet Antique Card that has a blank area so that it can be used as a label, invitation, or whatever you like! The card features four adorable Baby Robins and their Nest. So cute!
Above is a Lovely Vintage Winter Bird Nest Label! This graphic shows a pretty red breast bird perched on a Snowy Nest. There’s a little blank spot where you can add some text. Another impressive bird picture!
The lovely Bird above is standing on the ground. He’s found a tasty Worm, and is about to make a meal out of it! It’s a fairly simple black and white drawing, but I thought it would be a fun one to color in or paint with water colors. If you’re talented with a needle, he might make a nice embroidery pattern too!
This bird illustration comes from a Victorian Children’s book. The sweet bird is a Robin and he is the title page for a story called The Robins Christmas Eve. Such a pretty Mulberry toned engraving! I’ve included a black and white version as well.
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Images! You might also like the 720+ Images in our Birds and Eggs Archives HERE or the Over 290 Images in our Advertising Archives HERE!
I’ve downloaded a number of these graphics – I love the colourful ones but particularly the one that you can write something on it. I love the one with the blank area with the little babies in their nest at the bottom. I have a friend who is a wonderful gardener and since her birthday is on the first day of spring, I am going to use this graphic as part of her birthday gift and also to signify the birth of a new season at the same time. Thank you for sharing all of these cute robins with us! Your time is always very much appreciated!
Have a great weekend and keep safe!
Karen Watson says
What a lovely idea Irene! I hope your friend has a wonderful birthday. You have a great weekend too! 😊
Victoria Johnson says
I really wish more than anything you could make signing in on first mage more readily available. It’s extremely difficult to find it each time.
Hi Victoria, I am so sorry, could you explain to me what you are experiencing so that I can try to help?
I think the little robin shot with an arrow may be referring to the old nursery rhyme
“Who killed cock robin?
I, said the sparrow, with my bow and arrow.”
Incidentally, the bird we call a robin here in the UK is different; it also has a red breast (not face), but a plain brown body, and is very small and fluffs up its plumage in cold weather to look very round indeed. They can be quite bold and cheeky and are really cute and adorable.
I have just discovered your site and I am addicted, I absolutely love it! Thank you so much x
*I meant red breast AND face!
LOL, no worries Isabelle 🙂
Thanks so much Isabelle, I am so glad you found me, I hope you enjoy it and thanks so much for the information 🙂
remade in Britain says
Love Robins, they are really cheeky birds. You will usually find them next to the gardener, especially in the spring. Colors are lovely, thank you.