It isn’t spring yet “officially” but we can pretend. And although we’ve been seeing American Robins off-and-on all winter they are much more vocal and active now.
The New Birder Experience is all about observing and learning about birds. As fun as it is to build up a large list of birds on a hike, I’ve found that it is much more fun for both Stacia and I when we just plain watch birds being birds. Over the last couple of weeks
There used to be berries on the trees outside of our living room window. For weeks now a very large group of American Robins have been gathering in the tree line just past our yard and NOT eating those berries. February sixth, the day after a six inch snowfall and apparently having been told we
While it may not be as fascinating (or necessary on Monday morning) as the World’s Largest Coffee Pot, here is one of the biggest American Robins we’ve ever found. Photos taken with the Wingscapes Birdcam. Date removed because it was set wrong.
When it rains it pours and when it pours, American Robins are happy. This was a couple weeks ago when the rain turned our yard into a lake. American Robin – CNP from birdfreak on Vimeo.
At our backyard birding spot, the Callaway Nature Preserve (CNP), we get a fair amount of birds especially in Spring. A couple days ago we had some torrential rain that left the yard a flooded, muddy mess and has attracted a small army of American Robins. Pre-Robinian yard Hungry American Robin Snatching up a worm
This is a backyard American Robin bathing to music. The song is “Dare” by the Gorillaz. We set up this heated bird bath in close proximity to a window where we could observe, photograph, and film birds and other wildlife. American Robins are common in our area as they are in much of the United