Location: This American Robin was captured along the trail at FortWhyte Alive our Nature Center, on the southwest of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Camera Details: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi, 75-300mm Zoom Lens, Aperture exp 9.0, Shutter speed 1/500, ISO 400, Focal Length 300mm
Songbirds of North America Group
Canon DSLR (One Image Per Day)
SPECIAL NOTE: For all those birdlovers in Redbubble land, you may want to consider saving your lint from your dryer, and scatter in your yard. It makes great nesting material for our songbirds. Especially the small birds, like our finches, and warblers.
American Robin: Large, familiar North American thrush, gray-brown upperparts, rich red-brown breast, and white lower belly and undertail coverts. Head appears black with white splotches surrounding the eyes, and throat is white with black streaks. Swift, direct flight on rapidly beating wings.
Range and Habitat
American Robin: Breeds from Alaska east to Newfoundland and south to California, Texas, Arkansas, and South Carolina. Usually spends winters north to British Columbia and Newfoundland. Preferred habitats include towns, gardens, open woodlands, and agricultural lands.
Take a moment out of your busy day and listen to its Song Hope you turned the sound up