American Robin (Turdus migratorius)
Habitat includes suburban areas, forest borders, woodland openings, pastures and orchards. Dark grey above with brick red brest and white lower belly. Males have black on head, wings and tail, females are duller.
Photo taken 5/27/01.

Photo taken 5/27/01.

The Robin is almost adult size. It was moved to a larger habitat to learn how to fly and feed itself.
Photo taken 6/10/01.

Early morning 6/18/01, the American Robin ate some worms and then was released in an area where there are plenty of trees, including apple, plum and apricot trees that will provide food. There are also three other young robins and a nest of newly hatched robins in the area to help the robin learn a normal routine.