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Shop Robin Feeders, Houses, and Feed

Everything you need to attract robins to your backyard. Robins are a sure sign of spring in the north and a frequent visitor to manicured lawns and backyards. Robins are well known for their run, halt, twist of the head and motionless wait while feeding. Folklore dictates this is so they can hear the worms, but the truth is this peculiar behavior is to watch for any movement betraying their prey. Bird Feeders Etc. has everything needed to attract robins to your manicured lawn.

Robin Feeders

Robins eat worms and grubs in the morning and more seeds and fruit in the evening. During the summer months they will rarely come to a bird feeder. However, when the weather gets cold, you can supplement a robin’s diet with meal worms at a traditional feeder. View our robin feeders above for a more detailed description.

Robin Feeding

Best wild Bird Feeders and accessories for RobinsRobins prefer to eat grubs and worms. The cocking of their head and the stopping of their movement to hear worms is folklore. Instead the robin does this in order to see movement of its prey. You may even see a robin stamp the ground as a way of getting the worms to get moving. Robins eat primarily protein in the morning and carbohydrates (fruit) in the evening. While they rarely visit a man-made feeder during the summer months, they will come to a feeder with meal worms in the cold months. Some robins won’t migrate south if there is a plentiful feeder in their area. Shop robin seed and feed above to find out how you can sustain the robins of your neighborhood this cold season.

Robin Housing

Robins make their nests from the inside out pressing twigs and grass with the wrist of one wing. Once the framework is complete the female robin reinforces her nest with worm casting mud, making her nest heavy and sturdy. Robins like platforms on which to build their nests. You will often find them on porch lights, above mailboxes, etc. They can be a very messy bird and so you can help control the mess by providing nesting platforms for the robins in your yard. Robins have some peculiar nesting habits. Some females will build as many as five nests before selecting one in which to incubate her eggs. Robins return to their nesting habitat year after year and have been known to build a new nest on top of an old nest. Bird Feeders Etc. offers a wide range of nesting platforms which will match the architectural style of your home and offer the robins choices for their homes.

Bird Facts for Robins

Diet: Omnivores
Average life span: 10 years
Size: 7.9-11 in (20-28 cm)
Weight: 2.7-3 oz (77-85 g)

  • Robins roost in groups at night
  • Robins leave the nest 14-16 days after hatching.
  • Because robins eat a lot of insects and worms from the ground, they are easily affected by pesticides on lawns

Types of Robins

The robin is a member of the thrust family. The common robin is actually named the American robin and is named after the European robin, even though they are not at all related. The American robin has seven sub-species but they are nearly indistinguishable, all looking very much alike.

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