Budd - American Robin Turdus migratorius
American Robin Turdus migratorius
The American robin can produce three successful broods in one year, although only forty per cent of nests successfully generate young. Of fledged young, barely twenty five per cent survive past November and of all alive American robins only half will live another year. Regardless of the fact a lucky robin may reach fourteen years of age, the whole population turns over roughly every six years. Basically, it’s a tough life for a robin.