Bird Watching in Croydon - Robin

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Bird Watching in Croydon - Robin

Like seeds, particularly sunflower seeds - delicate feeders, they only take one - three meal worms or seeds, and will come back for more. These birds are very friendly so if you feed them will often come back waiting for more.

Fiercely defensive of their territory, will fight to protect it.

Description: Neat little birds, with unmistakeable red breast plumage. Often heard to "chip chip" and bobs up and down when displeased.

Habitat: Gardens, parks and woodland.

Nesting: 3 -7 eggs, white with red flecks. Hatch in approximately 2 weeks, and are fed by both parents for a further 2 weeks. Young birds may be mistaken for dunnocks (or vice versa) until the autumn when the robins change to the distinctive robin colours