Robin and Fiskars ax

Robin and Fiskars ax is one of my favorite bird photos. You may think why! There are two things in the picture that I love: delightful bird and worldwide famous Finnish brand.

Robin, punarinta, Erithacus rubecula, Fiskars ax, Finland
Robin and Fiskars ax

Robin (Erithacus rubecula, punarinta)

Robin is such a hilarious bird. Its appearance is round and its chest is beautifully rusty. Robin arrives in Finland beginning of April and usually it can be found somewhere in a shrub or standing in an ax!

Robin, punarinta, Erithacus rubecula, Finland
Robin (Erithacus rubecula, punarinta) April 2019

I have photographed these photos in April 2019 at the time when we were building our cottage in Lohja. Robin was watching our firewood chopping and while I had some brake he decided to try my ax too. Luckily I had my camera in the car and robin had time for a pose.

Robin, punarinta, Erithacus rubecula, Finland
Robin April 2019 Lohja Finland

He returned this spring and was singing very loudly in the forest until midsummer. I have seen him around our yard quite often this summer and I hope he will return also next year.

If you are interested to listen its sing, here is a link to the page where you can hear it: LINK. If you are interested in Fiskars you can read more about it in my previous post My favorite village, Fiskars.


Minna from Finnish nature 😊

20 replies to “Robin and Fiskars ax

  1. Such a pretty bird! Fiskars might like your photo for advertising.
    I didn’t know Fiskars made axes. Besides some scissors I also have a Fiskars
    plant and stem trimmer. If I ever need an ax I now know which one to buy 😀

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    1. Fiskars has had even boats but they sold that business to China😏 They manufacture also tableware and they own many brands like Iittala (glass ware). I love to visit their shops👍, usually it means that my wallet is thinner when I leave the shop 😂

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