Robin with Juvenile Plumage

by Judy
(Seattle, WA)

Adult robin eating an ashberry.

Adult robin eating an ashberry.

Adult robin eating an ashberry.
Young robin with juvenile plumage.

Here are photos I took of a juvenile robin and an adult robin. At first I thought I found a new kind of bird in my backyard. Then I realized that it was a young robin that still had some of its juvenile plumage.

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Apr 12, 2011
Thanks for your reply!!!
by: Wendy

Judy,
Thanks for your reply. Sorry it took so long to get back to you on this. I was in the hospital for double total knee replacement. But I did find it finally and its not a juvenile robin, but it is a robin. There are alot more of them now. I don't exactly recall what it said except something about Texas and robins. I didn't know there were distinctions between any robins to be honest. Being partially crippled for a while has made me a bird watcher. I've seen cedar waxwings and my favorite is the American mail Kestrel. i'm learning so much now. Listen thanks really for the help.

Wendy

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