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American Robin (juvenile)

Turdus migratorius

Description:

Small to medium sized forest bird. Buried deep among pin trees and well disguised. Reddish brown coloring on its wings, underside is a white base with yellow/rust coloring and speckled markings. No distinct markings or color mask around the eyes.

Habitat:

Woods

Notes:

Pondicherry National Wildlife Refuge near White Mountain State Park, New Hampshire.

1 species ID suggestions

TracyL
TracyL 4 years ago
juvenile robin
Turdus migratorius American Robin

4 Comments

TracyL
TracyL 4 years ago

Your welcome! I love them they are so cute especially when they are this young!

mdwildlife
mdwildlife 4 years ago

thank you TracyL. I updated the spotting

TracyL
TracyL 4 years ago

I am a wildlife rehabilitator, and i have rehabbed tons of baby robins, this is def a juvenile robin, there are many different thrushes but there markings on the chest are different :) Great photo!

New Hampshire, USA

Lat: 44.38, Long: -71.53

Spotted on Jul 31, 2012
Submitted on Aug 11, 2012

Reference

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