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Turdus () migratorius
The American Robin (Turdus migratorius) is a member of the thrush family.
Sometimes simply known as the Robin.
The American Robin is recognizable by its bright red stomach that contrasts with its dark head and wings. The males have black wings and head while females sport a dark grey colour variation. The robins also have a white throat that is adorned with black markings. A white ring surrounds it eye.
American Robins are approximately 25 cm in length while having a wingspan length of about 43 cm.
The call of an American Robin consists of a rapid "tut-tut-tut" while its song is a warble of "cheerily cheer-up cheerio".
Distribution and habitat
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