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American Robin

Turdus migratorius

Description:

I have two nests last year. Today I found this new one really close to a old one. I've seen these eggs in the other nests before. I also seen them hatch also. But I don't know what kind they are.

Habitat:

Wetland with many trees

Notes:

There's a wetland behind my house with a lot of bird calls. All different sound.

1 Species ID Suggestions

American Robin
Turdus migratorius


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6 Comments

Pak Hoi T
Pak Hoi T 9 years ago

It is confirmed that they are robin eggs

Pak Hoi T
Pak Hoi T 9 years ago

Both robin and red wing match the profile. But the chance is probably higher for robin. I guess we'll know in a weekish.

Yasser
Yasser 9 years ago

From your last comment, I'm thinking it could be a red-winged blackbird's nest and eggs.

Pak Hoi T
Pak Hoi T 9 years ago

Oh yea. Recently, there's a bird that is in my backyard really often. The bird is black with bright red color at the upper part of the wing when closed

Pak Hoi T
Pak Hoi T 9 years ago

that could be it. I do see those often.

tylerjferrara
tylerjferrara 9 years ago

I know robins lay blue eggs, might be one of those

Pak Hoi T
Spotted by
Pak Hoi T

Andover, Minnesota, USA

Spotted on Apr 25, 2011
Submitted on Apr 25, 2011

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