Wednesday, March 29, 2017

American Robin, March 29, 2017

Booneville, Mississippi, USA, February 17, 2017
American Robins, Turdus migratorius, are welcomed as the first sign of Spring in many parts of the United States and Canada. They sing a series of notes, rising and falling in pitch: cheer-up, cheerily, cheer-up, cheerily. They eat insects, earthworms, snails, and fruit.

Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, March 9, 2017
At 9-11 inches (23-28cm) they are about twice the size of European Robins. Even though they are both called Robins, they are not closely related.

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  1. ...I'm hoping to see more Robins in the days to come.

  2. Hello Lea, pretty captures of the Robin! I've been seeing a lot on the fields lately. Enjoy your day!

  3. they are always so pretty to see.

  4. They have arrived here too - some of them in large groups!

  5. yes the Robins have all arrived...sure sign of good weather!

  6. They are thick here and I am happy for it! Did not know there was European robin till a few years ago when I started blogging.

  7. They are two cracking photoes of the Robin,I saw my first two in California in 2015
    All the best Gordon.

  8. Les couleurs de cet oiseau sont vraiment très belles ;-)
    Céline & Philippe


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