We have Robins within sight out the window almost all the time. They forage out on the golf course and regularly alight in the yard, often quite close to the window. But this spring we've had a really unusual Robin with us.
We've wondered what brought about such a change in appearance, but have to assume it's just a lighter shaded Robin. It doesn't appear to be 'leucistic', a condition featuring white patches on the body. Rather it just appears lighter all over. Otherwise it appears to behave, to fly, to feed, and to have a shape just like any other Robin.
Nature is always full of interesting things to notice. And it's sunny today, and getting warm!