American robin : Turdus migratorius Public Deposited

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  • The American robin, Turdus migratorius, is one of the best known birds in North America. Robins are the largest member of the thrush family. Thrushes have large eyes, long legs, and strong bodies. Robins are known for their habit of feeding on earthworms in lawns and for the song they sing in the morning and evening during spring and summer.
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