American Robin

Turdus migratorius - Merle d'Amérique

Systematics
  • Order 
    :

    Passeriformes

  • Family
    :

    Turdidés

  • Genus
    :

    Turdus

  • Species
    :

    migratorius

Descriptor

Linnaeus, 1766

Biometrics
  • Size
    : 28 cm
  • Wingspan
    : 31 à 40 cm.
  • Weight
    : 77 à 94 g
Longevity

14 years

Geographic range

Distribution

Description identification

American Robin (Turdus migratorius) is a species of bird in the Turdidae family.

Subspecific information 7 Subspecies

  • Turdus migratorius nigrideus (e Canada)
  • Turdus migratorius migratorius (Alaska. except se. , Canada (except e and w) and c and ne USA)
  • Turdus migratorius achrusterus (se USA)
  • Turdus migratorius caurinus (se Alaska and coastal w Canada)
  • Turdus migratorius propinquus (interior sw Canada and interior w USA to c Mexico)
  • Turdus migratorius phillipsi (sw Mexico)
  • Turdus migratorius confinis (s Baja California. nw Mexico.)

Foreign names

  • Merle d'Amérique,
  • Zorzal Robín,
  • Tordo-americano,
  • Wanderdrossel,
  • vándorrigó,
  • Roodborstlijster,
  • Pettirosso americano,
  • Vandringstrast,
  • Vandretrost,
  • drozd sťahovavý,
  • drozd stěhovavý,
  • Vandredrossel,
  • punarintarastas,
  • griva americana,
  • Farþröstur,
  • drozd wędrowny,
  • ceļotājstrazds,
  • taščični drozg,
  • Странствующий дрозд,
  • コマツグミ,
  • 旅鸫,
  • 旅鶇,

Voice song and cries

Habitat

Forest : Temperate, Subtropical/Tropical Moist Lowland, Subtropical/Tropical Moist Montane ; Shrubland : Temperate, Subtropical/Tropical Dry, Subtropical/Tropical Moist ; Artificial/Terrestrial : Arable Land, Plantations, Rural Gardens, Urban Areas, Subtropical/Tropical Heavily Degraded Former Forest

Geographic range

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