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American Robin (Turdus migratorius)

American Robin (Turdus migratorius)


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Shawn Alleyne 12-Jul-2014 17:59
It is much bigger than the Red Breast Robin we have in the Caribbean.
Quentin 10-Apr-2013 22:30
Nice. It is cool.
Thomas Sanchez 02-Jun-2012 05:02
I love seeing birds around my house flying it make my day they are so pretty i live in nottingham, md there is so much pertty birds i love it so much.
Guest 28-Apr-2012 00:41
We have one in front of our house and he is diving at everyone coming to the front door and drive way.
Kathy Gossom 29-Feb-2012 16:27
My Mom has a flock of about 20 or 30 birds in a couple of trees on the back of her yard( about an acre bac), they look just like Robins but they're about twice the size. Usually up here in Central Maine , Robins aren't back yet; not to mention their size. What do you think?
Guest 23-Jan-2012 17:07
I have about 15-20 of these robins in a pine tree in my backyard in Central NJ right now!
Sharon 25-Jun-2011 05:23
I had this one allll wrong! Because it's chest has orange undertones, I thought it was a species from the Oriole family, but I can clearly see now that it's an American Robin. And yes, this bird is extremely territorial! They built a nest on my neighbors porch, right next to the front door, and now there's one on his back porch...poor guy.
Guest 01-May-2010 18:32
Cool!
Guest 07-May-2009 02:14
the eye looks wierd
Guest 31-Jan-2009 16:40
what kind of seed does it eat?
Cindy 12-Jun-2008 00:10
We've got one of these in the tree outside our front door, and it's obnoxiously territorial! It practically dive-bombed my husband when he got home from work.
Ruchesh 20-Apr-2008 19:18
Nice bird. I think this bird has built a nest in front of our front door. We use back door most of the time so we don't disturb it.....what kind of bird feed do this bird it.
Selbyville DE/MD.
Guest 24-Mar-2008 22:56
thanks for posting pictures. I don't have much of bird knowledge but I saw this one in my backyard and searched internet to find out what kind of bird it is. Since last winter, my family has been putting out bird feeds about 15 feet away from our kitchen window and it has been an Joy for us. I'm so glad to see so many birds and with your pictures, I was able to identify and got to known the names of myterious birds I see. I appreciate that you share your nice shot of birds! Take care, Waldorf, MD
Steve Noyes22-Jan-2007 16:43
Nice, rich colors, Charlie......
Steve
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