Wednesday, August 4, 2021

American Robin, August 4, 2021

Wild Bird Wednesday and My Corner of the World

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Pickwick, Tennessee, USA, July 21, 2021
American Robins, Turdus migratorius, are ground foragers that eat insects and berries. This is a female; the males are darker on the head, back, wings, and tail.

Have a wonderful day!

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  1. Always a pleasure to see this common bird.

  2. I didn't know there was a difference in the appearance of the sexes. I'll have to look for that. I have one who comes for a bath most evenings on the deck so will check it out.

  3. Great shot, your Robin is pretty.
    Take care, enjoy your day and week ahead.

  4. Thank you for sharing to My Corner... I enjoyed reading.

    Have a good week.

  5. Great photo of a wonderful species. They are all over the Confederation Trail here.

  6. Our grass and trees invite many robins to nest in strange places nearby...several nests are on the crook of downspouts from the roof gutters. Here they are interested in worms as well as bugs!

  7. Simply gorgeous :)

    Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!


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