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Red-Breasted Robin

Turdus Migtatorius

Description:

There were a lot of Robins in these trees, known as Western Soapberry Trees, or Sapindus saponaria.

Habitat:

There are small stands of these trees throughout the park.

Notes:

There seemed to be a lot of Robins in these trees. it was early spring when I took this photograph. Maybe the Robins like to nest in those trees.

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Ava T-B
Ava T-B 7 years ago

Hi Jellyfish. This spotting doesn't really belong in Nests, hives, bowers, etc because it isn't an image of a nest. Thanks for understanding.

Jellyfishnebula
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Jellyfishnebula

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

Lat: 35.60, Long: -97.61

Spotted on Jan 13, 2011
Submitted on Jul 13, 2012

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