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North American Robin
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve
where 6 birding trails invite you to walk on guided tours for birders and Nature lovers.
North American Robin - Turdus migratorius
As the Latin name describes, the North American Robin is a migratory songbird. It belongs to the thrush family.
On the map you can see where the Robins are on the migration route.
Light blue: Winter - dark blue: Migration area
Red: Breeding area
This is a male Robin. Male and female often look very similar.
The juvenile Robin has pale colors, often dark spots on its breast.
A Robin looking for food in an Escarpment Cherry.
The Robin is the state bird of Connecticut, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
A flock of Robins at the pond of
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve in the Texas Hill Country.
Robins have a very good eye sight. One third of Robin's food are earth worms, invertebrates, insects, caterpillars, sometimes grasshoppers, while two third are berries of wild or cultivated plants.
Robin's breeding places are mostly in the northern part of America, Alaska and Canada.
"Am I not beautiful?
You often can see my nest in woodland, more open farmland and urban areas. Not often I breed in the southern United States. But please protect large shade trees on meadows, I like them very much because they are home to many insects. And I love berries, don't eat them all, berries and fruits are a big part of my diet."
Because of more humans, more houses, more roads, more noise, wild birds are often difficult to watch. Birding can be a challenging activity because all birds are naturally skittish. You need patience, however, the rewards are well worth it; few other activities can bring such a sense of wonder, satisfaction, connecting with nature, as well as peaceful solitude -- in today’s busy world.
The best time to see most birds is usually earlier in the morning - the evening is less productive unless you are looking for nocturnal species.
Map with Birding trailsBear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation is part of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Heart of Texas Nature Birding trail map
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The BSB Nature reserve can also be called natural reserve = nature preserve = natural preserve, located in the southern Texas Hill Country.|
It is a protected area of importance for wildlife, flora, fauna.
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We manage, conserve and protect 128 acres and provide special opportunities for Nature education, for study + research.
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