American Robin love

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  • The American Robin and the European Robin are not very similar in appearance at all.

    A birdbath mystery

  • In the several minutes that it took me to clean out a weeks accumulation trash from the back seat of my car, I recognized imitations of the songs or call notes of no fewer than five species, including American Robin, Wood Thrush, Gray Catbird, Blue Jay, and Northern Cardinal.

    Mockingbird Serenade

  • Honorable-mention recognition goes to the second tier of ten species listed in declining frequency of occurrence, from 537 to 253: Red-bellied Woodpecker, Black-capped Chickadee, Song Sparrow, European Starling, Carolina Chickadee, Carolina Wren, American Robin, White-throated Sparrow, and Hairy Woodpecker.

    Archive 2003-03-01

  • American Robin 1 - common throughout period; nesting

    Archive 2002-06-01

  • American Robin 1 - morning chorus very evident by mid-period

    Archive 2002-04-01

  • American Robin 4 - common throughout period; nesting

    BIRDS ETCETERA—Birds, Birding, Birders, and Birdwatching

  • The American Robin is not the same bird as his English cousin, though both have red breasts.

    The Curious Book of Birds

  • Both studies involved a secretive relative of the American Robin called Swainson's Thrush

    Newswise: Latest News

  • IMAGE: The American Robin is an example of the species studied in this research.

    Spero News

  • I lay back down wondering when, exactly, that American Robin started singing each morning.

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