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WHAT IS A ROBIN?


Robins are very beautiful birds that are found quite often in North America. You will usually see Robins flying around in your backyard in the summer time. They are fun to watch and they have a nice singing voice, too! Robins, like most small birds, have a difficult start in life. When they are first born they are very vulnerable to predators.



Because of this, most robins die in their first year. Their biggest threats are cats, hawks, and other predators. They also die from accidents such as bonking into windows, car strikes, and electrocution, infectious diseases, and poisoning. Insecticides can be very harmful to robins. If you use lawn sprays, be sure that they don't have insecticides as well as the weed-killing herbicides and fertilizers.














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If Robins are lucky enough to make it through this infant stage then they will live an average of 5 to 6 years. Some Robins have been known to live up to 15 years, but this is rare. Robins, like everyone else, get much smarter with age and they get to know how to survive in this world (and escape predators.)

 

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