American Robin

Turdus migratorius (Linnaeus, 1766)

Summary

Thrush with an extremely large population and has an extremely large distribution area (mostly Nearctic ecozone).
Migratory species, although there are sedentary populations. It nests in the subarctic and temperate regions of North America and winters in temperate and subtropical regions of North America and Central America, in both cases, mostly in forests, woodlands and grasslands.
The evolution trend of the global population is apparently an increase one.

Global conservation status

Least concern (IUCN ver. 3.1, 2010)
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Common names

  • American Robin

Subspecies

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Behavior

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Flight

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Habitat

It nests in the subarctic and temperate regions of North America and winters in temperate and subtropical regions of North America and Central America, in both cases, mostly in forests, woodlands and grasslands. Also occur within nesting period, in farms, gardens, shrublands, city parks, golf courses, mountains and tundra.

Feed

It feeds mainly of invertebrates and insects in spring and summer, and berries and fruits in autumn and winter.

Breeding

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Predators

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Breeding migrant Resident Winter migrant