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American Robin (Egg And Nest)

Urdus migratorius


American Robin egg and nest.


Found on a low hanging branch next to marsh.


In a robin couple, a male brings his female partner nesting material as she constructs the robins’ nest. The female builds the cup-like nest with mud as its foundation and lines it with grasses, twigs and other plant material before laying bright blue robin eggs. Female robins lay only one bright blue egg per day and typically lay three or four eggs total, seldom a clutch of five.

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Joseph R. Godreau
Joseph R. Godreau a year ago

You're welcome 😊

My student says the egg is so cool and blue. Thank you for sharing.

Joseph R. Godreau
Spotted by
Joseph R. Godreau

Michigan, United States

Spotted on May 7, 2022
Submitted on May 9, 2022

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