American Robin Photo Gallery
American Robins are one of the most common songbirds in the country. Keep an eye peeled along your favorite trails or strolls in neighborhood parks.
What does the American Robin look like?
American Robins are large songbirds. They have round chucky bodies, long legs and tails. Their bills are yellow with black tips. Their upper bodies are brownish gray and they have the familiar rusty orange chests and white bellies. Females are pale in color.
American Robin Habitat
American Robin Facts
American Robins are common songbirds across the nation. They are North America's largest thrush and are often observed in backyards snacking on earthworms in the early morning. Robins can have three broods of chicks a year, but on average less than 50% will produce. They are considered a forerunner to spring, as they spend most of the winter in a roost and are inactive. Their song in the chipper music of spring and is a series of ten or so clear whistles.