While Robins can be found year-round across much of the US, extensive seasonal migrations occur across large areas of North America. Some robins breed as far north as Canada and winter as far south as Mexico.
They will eat mealworms, Bark Butter®, insects, and berries.
Nest in trees, bushes and on man-made structures like light fixtures or in gutters. Will use a nesting platform.
Males have a dark gray to almost black back and tail with a rust/brick colored breast, while the female is paler all over. Juvenile robins have a spotted breast.
Maps provided by Birds of North America Online.
Maintained by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.