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Bird Sounds: American Robin

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Listen to the bird sounds of the American Robin.

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Compliments of The Macaulay Library at The Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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These birds wake me up every

By Obie Gonzalez

These birds wake me up every morning. They nested in a planter hung on my deck. A baby fell from the planter and we placed it back and watched it till it flew away. Don't always see them but boy! can we hear them.

These birds this past spring

By Johnny 2963

These birds this past spring in may made a nest under my back yard deck they haven't did this in 5 years maybe this was the year they decided to do it an they sound really nice too J.P Staten Is N.Y

i found a robin it fell off

By martin lopez

i found a robin it fell off its nest, i could'nt put bak d nest was 2 hi.been feeding him rice,bread n corn tortillas mixed wit water fo 8 days,any more suggestions on what to feed him?he/she, is is quiet,but every time i play the robin's sound it starts chirping alot,so i play it often.thanks

Yes, a robin! That's what I

By Andy Fox

Yes, a robin! That's what I hear in my backyard. Thanks, Old Farmer's Almanac. 

At the first warm day, we see

By sharon99

At the first warm day, we see these birds in our yard and they start building nests
We live in northeastern Oklahoma.

I see these birds daily in my

By sharon99

I see these birds daily in my yard and on my walk to the river. This morning I kept hearing the most beautiful song and tried to follow this bird. I could not get a good line of vision on him in our woods to the river. I came home to listen on the Almanac and to my surprise it was the Robin! I am ashamed to say I never thought of Robins as songbirds, but what a beautiful song they sing! NE OKLA

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