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Original art of a juvenile robin

Juvenile Robin
Erithacus rubecula

Original art of a juvenile robin by Jean L. Rayner

Robin Red Breast Bird Facts:

Juvenile robins have no red breast. They are speckled gold and brown, only developing their distinctive red plumage in adulthood.

 

A robin's diet consists of seeds, fruits, insects, worms and other invertebrates. It will also visit garden bird tables and feeders to feed on scraps and mealworms.

Relatively unafraid of people, robins often follow gardeners around to take advantage of freshly dug-up worms and even feed from people's hands.

Available to purchase on canvas, poster or a variety of prints, from fine art paper to metal and acrylic. 

For your home, this lovely little bird is also available on cushion covers in sizes from 14 inches to 26 inches.

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