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Northern Cardinal and American Robin
Ted Gough
Watched these 2 birds for about 10 minutes as they flew between trees together. Seems 1 was courting the other
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Northern Cardinal and American Robin
ted Gough
Buddies... watched these 2 fly together for about 10 minutes.
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american robin
michael arthurs
On a visit to our woods this weekend amhurst island was alive with migrating sparrows thrashers and buntings. This American Robin seemed out of place in the snowstorm.On a visit to our woods this weekend amhurst island was alive with migrating sparrows thrashers and buntings. This American Robin seemed out of place in the snowstorm. With the ground being frozen, he showed a lot of interest in surrounding berry bushes.
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American Robin: Turdus migratorius
Lawrence Wicks
This robin paused on my back yard fence, heading home with supper.
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American Robin
Sophia Purmal

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american robin
Pierre Morin
Juvenile robin in a wooded area on the mountain
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American robin
Amie Dyck

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American Robin
Felicia Jones
A Robing sitting in a tree at Waterworks Park in ST.Thomas,ON
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American Robin baby
Laura Dent
Baby robin just fledged waiting for mom or dad to come with food!
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american robin
lukas miller
i was waling down the savanah trail at the boundary bay regional park when a came across a flock of robins on the trail. the trail splits off a small bit to left and goes down so i went down crawled up a hill and there they were sitting on a berry tree. i took a couple shots until one coughed u some berrys! there was my chance i took a sht and am pretty happy with the results. i was using a nikon d3500 70-300mm lens and am 14 without that much money just figured out about these photo contests and wanted to try it out.
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American Robin
Nina Stavlund
First of Season American Robin photographed at Mud Lake March 17 - 2019
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American Robin
Brenda Doherty
Last winter was a difficult time for robins in Ontario. I thought it looked very sad to see this one looking at a tiny morsel of food.
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American Robin
Nina Stavlund
I found this overwintering American Robin in the early ambient hours feasting on berries. A true winter postcard.
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american robin - merle d'Amérique
Pierre R Morin
American robin de-icing his wings after a freezing rain storm
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American Robin
amanda beers
This Robin was bringing back food for its nest. the nest was under the boardwalk and I only realized there was a nest there after the Robin stayed so close by for about 10 minutes. He did not want me knowing that there was a nest there.
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American Robin
Annemieke Watkins
Juvenile American Robin clearing out the Bird bath before bathing.
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American Robin
Annemieke Watkins
Juvenile American Robin clearing out the Bird bath before bathing.
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American robin - Turdus Migratorius
Debbie Oppermann
"Fall Robin" by Debbie Oppermann. With loads of white fruit, the Red Osier Dogwood attracts the berry loving birds, especially the American Robin. The Robins are enjoying the fruit immensely and are a joy to watch as they flit in and out of this very attractive bush in Guelph Ontario.
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American robin (immature)
Pierre R Morin
Robin (immature) caught in a twilight
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Pierre R Morin
Robin de-icing his tail wings during a freezing rain storm
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American Robin
Anne Bruun
A common visitor in both urban and rural areas, this rain soaked American Robin just finished a hard won battle of tug of war with a fat earthworm and seemed to be saying "Don't even think of snatching my dinner. It's mine!"
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American Robin
Doug Weir

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American Robin
Doug Weir

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American Robin
Joyce-ann Spinney
I was out taking pictures after a significant ice storm. This robin was beating ice off of the berries on the tree and eating them.
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American Robin
Pierre-Yves Giroux
A chick of The Robin Family. Compare the limb to the straw on the egg & the size of the eyes & the beak in relation of the body. https://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/the-robin-family/id1198481536?mt=11
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American Robin
Pierre-Yves Giroux
Follow The Robin Family in this extraordinary adventure of 28 days in the life of Robin, (an American Robin), who made her nest to lay her eggs and raise her chicks in our planter. This adventure is documented by over 60 videos and photos and its narrated from Robin (the mother bird) point of view. 20% of the sales of this eBook will be donated to Le Nichoir a non profit organization that provides care to injured or orphaned wild birds as well as advice and information on how to assist them. https://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/the-robin-family/id1198481536?mt=11
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American Robin
Sandra Wilson
After an ice storm I was happy to see this Robin enjoying the frozen berries
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American Robin
Cali DeMeyer

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Julie Deroche
Julie Deroche
Young Robin sitting on a stump
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American Robin - Turdus Migratorious
Debbie Oppermann
"Robin Red Breast" by Debbie Oppermann. Before first light you can hear the cheery song of the American Robin and it is the last song you hear in the evening. The Robin is a migratory bird although we do have some that stay the winter if there is enough food for them. This songbird is perched on a Staghorn Sumac branch in the spring. They eat the fruit of the Sumac especially when the snow is still on the ground and they can't pull those earthworms out!
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American Robin
Sheree Zielke
"Share the Bounty" I watched as one robin scrabbled in the soil, pulling up one fat worm after another. Suddenly another robin flew in to partake, a scuffle ensued, and then the pair flew off.
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American Robin
Debbie Enders
I was out in my yard on the first day of Spring and looked up and this Robin was sitting in my tree. It was very appropriate to see on that day.
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American Robin
Christian Gavin
American robin feeding by very cold weather.
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American Robin - Turdus Migratorious
Debbie Oppermann
This One Looks Good - American Robin, Turdus Migratorious, has chosen a nice tasty red fruit of the Burning Bush, Euonymus alatus, in the autumn
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American Robin - Turdus Migratorious
Debbie Oppermann
A Robin Feast - American Robin, Turdus Migratorious, has it's choice of some tasty red fruit of the Burning Bush, Euonymus alatus, in the autumn
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American Robin
Atekeh Abolhasani
Father of 4 little birds!
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American Robin
Lorie Ferris
I was having my morning coffee in the sun room when this Robin stopped by just after the rain stopped.
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American Robin (Juvenile) ile)
Merri-Lee Metzger
This young Robin had just toppled from its nest, and looked a little perplexed to find itself on the ground. I was lying in the grass, eye-to-eye with the little fellow.
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American Robin
Douglas Bradford
This particular water fountain in the garden attracts ever so many birds that use it for drinking and bathing so water needs to be changed often.
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American Robin/ Merle d'Amérique
Nathalie Duhaime

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American Robin - Turdus Migratorius
Debbie Oppermann
American Robin Chick profile was captured as it was almost ready to leave the nest
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American Robin - Turdus Migratorius
Debbie Oppermann
The first flight of this American Robin fledgling - from the nest to the railing of the deck
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American Robin - Turdus Migratorius
Debbie Oppermann
Backlit singing American Robin
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American Robin
Louise Niven
The return of the Robin, he seems to be proudly surveying the signs of spring himself!
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American robin
Jacques Pelletier
It is late Spring and the robins start to get busy with finding nesting areas.
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American Robin
Jacques Pelletier
Quite a "beakful" to feed the youngs, this robin quickly stopped by at the marsh during its day long duties of feeding the nestlings.
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American robin
Jacques Pelletier
Late spring and the trees have just started to show faint signs of summer and this beautiful robin has already elected to reside along a marshy area.
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American Robins
Cathy Hebert
These were the first two American Robins I saw this year. Both of them were in the tree when I started taking pictures. Then one took flight.
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American Robin
William McLaren
A robin gathering a worm in order to feed the three young babies
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American Robin
William McLaren
A pair of robbins bult their nest on the air conditioner at the cottage. I was able to obtain this picture of the robin gathering a work to feed the three young birds.
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American robin
Larry Powell
After almost endless winter, these harbingers of spring were especially welcome when I spotted them in some black poplar along my driveway last weekend.
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American robin
Larry Powell
I spotted these harbingers of spring in black poplars along the driveway of my rural residence this week - just part of a flock just back from the south!
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American Robin ( Turdus migratorius )
Kelly Ball
One Morning in Jan.I looked out to see what wild life was visiting the feeders. Discovered several Robins in the bird bath .grabed my camera and shot this photo. That was my first sign of spring.
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American Robin
Linda Danyluk
We were walking the dogs along the path near the Remingtion Carriage Center in Cardston, and stopped to look at the horses. As we turned to return to the car I saw the Robin sitting on a fence rail. Simple, yet striking.
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American Robin
Annemieke Watkins

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american robin
lynda watkins
singing goodnight to us our good friend the robin
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american robin
lynda watkins
We had a wonderful robin family quite close to our window and this was the last baby to leave the nest !
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American Robin
Sylvia Bumstead
A female American Robin nested in a honeysuckle vine that grows over an entrance door to my garage. I had great pleasure observing the process, from mating, nest building, setting, feeding and fledging. I was delighted to caputure the young robins with beaks open, waiting for the next meal.
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American Robin - Turdus migratorius
Damon Calderwood
I spent a few days photographing a pair of American Robins in a Ponderosa Pine tree near Okanagan Falls, B.C. Once, both male and female visited the nest at the same time.
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American Robin
Lesa Stadnek
I was going from one garden to the next on the golf course and noticed a really busy robin. I didn't think I would have enough time to get my camera ready but this little bird was happy to show off the spoils of his labor.
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American Robin
laurenz baars
Actually taken in my backyard when I was living there at the time. The Robins are the first to bring colour and hope after a long long winter.
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American Robin
laurenz baars
You do not expect anything to be handed on a (wooden) platter, but this seems to be as close as you can get.
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American Robin
Jeanie Flanagan

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American Robin
Andre Denis
I was actually photographing Cedar Waxwings eating the red berries in this image when this Robin came along and posed himself perfectly in the scene, stealing the show. Ironically, I wouldn't normally go out of my way to shoot a Robin, because they are so common. Nikon D200 with 300mm f4 prime lens, iso 400 1/250 @ F4
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american robin
Cathy Giancarlo
This little fledgling didn't seem to mind that I was doing some gardening close by
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american robin
Cathy Giancarlo
the fledgling was perched nearby as I was doing some gardening.When I heard the parent chirping to it I got ready for the shot.
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American Robin/Turdus migratorius
Isabelle Lussier
Hoping to get food...
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North American Robin
Jadzia von Heymann
This photo was submitted a few minutes ago, but it was incorrectly labelled as a Hairy woodpecker
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American Robin (Turdus migratorius)
Breanne McCort