How To Use American robin In A Sentence
- We waited hours for several common birds - blue jay, northern flicker, and fish crow - but missed red-winged blackbird and American robin.
- Migrating American robins and cedar waxwings fatten themselves on cherries, while tree swallows and yellow-rumped warblers head for the bayberries, an important winter food. The Field Guide to Wildlife Habitats of the Eastern United States
- It was an American robin, a large thrush with a red breast when everyone in the movie theater knew an English robin is a much smaller non-thrush bird with an orangey breast. Go west, young man, WEST!
- Birds in flocks so dense that they resembled smoke clouds: thousands of tree swallows, wave after wave of American robins.
- I see evidence of nesting by fox squirrels, blue jays, American robins, and Baltimore orioles.
- Prof.S. had examined the stomachs of many such birds, and particularly of the American robin, and the only curculio he ever found in any of these was a single one in a whole cherry which the bird had bolted entire. Scientific American Supplement, No. 275, April 9, 1881
- The thrushes, a family that includes the American robin and the Eastern bluebird, are known for their vocal skill.