Robins

With three different types of birds sharing the common name 'robin' and none of them being closely related to one another, this songbird can be a little tough to sort out. North American Robins, which belong to the thrush family and were named Robins for their resemblance to the European Robin, are native to parts of Canada and most of the contiguous United States. Known for being a sign of spring, these birds are a welcome sight to many in North America. The European Robin (also called the 'true robin'), which is part of the flycatcher family, is found all across Europe and even into Western Siberia and Northern Africa. European Robins are associated with the Christmas holiday but can also be found in British and French folklore. And last but certainly not least, there are the Australasian Robins. These little birds belong to the genus Petroicidae and can be found in Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea and on many Pacific islands.

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Can you buy Black Robins as pets?

of corse not

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Does a robin have a backbone?

I want thr answer

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How long do robins live?

robins live up to 5-7 years in the wild but 3-4 years in captivity.

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Why do robins peck on windows?

It is communicating with its own reflection.

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Are robin birds dangerous?

No. Robins are not dangerous.

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Can robins hover?

No they cannot. It is mainly predatory birds thay hover. Seabirds wheel.

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What does a Robin eat?

Different kinds of seeds and worms and bugs of all kinds. It also eats small berries and soft fruits.

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What type of consumer is a robin?

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What eats European robins?

animals that can catch them as in: cats, foxes,weselzels,ferrets, and frogs eat them animals that can catch them as in: cats, foxes,weselzels,ferrets, and frogs eat them

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What is the robin's lifespan?

One wild bird lived to be almost 14 years old, though most American robins in the wild will live about 2 years. Only about one quarter of all young American robins will survive the summer in which they were born. (Sallabanks and James, 1999) http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/accounts/information/Turdus_migratorius.html

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What month do robins lay eggs?

March

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What do robins eat?

Robins eat Blueberries, and earthworms during the summer but during the winter they eat wild bird seed.

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How long before a baby robin will fly its nest?

A baby robin will typically leave the nest after 14 to 16 days. A young robin will be cared for by the mother for up to one month.

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How does a female robin get pregnant?

you need to get laid enough birds n bees

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What is the lifespan of a robin?

Five years

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How do robins protect themselves?

family

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What is the scientific name for a robin?

Turdus migratorius

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If you find a robin egg where should you put it?

I would put it in the nearest nest with another bird and bring it some food.

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What does it mean when a mourning dove or robin pecks on your window in the morning?

I believe that when a male robin pecks on your window in the morning, it means that he is claiming his "territory" and letting other birds know to stay away.

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What habitat do robins like to live in?

rajender

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Does red robin accept checks?

Just called - and they DO NOT accept checks.

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Ducks
Robins

How do you know if a duck egg is alive?

All you do is make sure it is not Stinky and if it is then it is dead and if it is a soft shell,it is also dead. If you feel the egg and it is really hard and hollow it is alive.To also make sure the egg is alive,you take like a long plastic cup or something and poor alot of COLD water in it and drop the egg carefully in the cup and if the egg sinks to the bottom of the cup,it is not rotton and it can also be alive,and if it floats to the top,it is dead and rotton:(

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How do robins fly?

flap wings

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How many times a day should you feed a new born baby robin bird?

from every 10 to 20 minutes you can feed it starberries blueberies worms meal worms mashed up apples and bread crumbes from dawn to dusk.

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