• The American Robin

The American Robin

The American Robin

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  • Author
    Roland H Wauer
  • Publisher
    University Of Texas Press
  • Publication date
    22 July 2010

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    The American Robin

  • Author

    Roland H Wauer

  • Date Published

    22 July 2010

  • Publisher

    University Of Texas Press

  • Pages

    103 pages

  • ISBN

    9780292786714

Book Description

The American Robin is North America's most widespread songbird, with a range extending from Alaska, Canada, and Newfoundland to the highlands of Mexico and Guatemala. Its ruddy red breast and cheerful song have also made it one of our most beloved birds—as American as apple pie, as familiar a harbinger of spring as the first daffodil. Connecticut, Michigan, and Wisconsin have chosen the American Robin as their state bird, while a pair of robins grace the Canadian two dollar bill. In this book, Roland Wauer offers a complete natural history of the American Robin for a popular audience. Combining his own observations as a field naturalist with data gleaned from the scientific literature, he describes the American Robin from every angle—appearance and biology, distribution, behavior, life cycle, and enemies and threats. In addition, he explores the legends and lore surrounding robins and offers suggestions for attracting them to your yard.

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