Do you know our State Bird?

Connecticut’s State Bird – The America Robin

The American robin can be heard singing all across North America.
They are large songbirds with a round body, an orange chest, and long legs.

You can spot these birds all year round, but during the winter, they spend the majority of their time in the trees.

They are easy to spot in the mornings during the spring, when they land on yards in search of earthworms.

During the afternoon, they can be found eating fruits like hawthorn, dogwood, and juniper berries.

The oldest American robin on record was 13 years and 11 months old!

If you are interested in learning more about Connecticut’s state bird, check out Robins by George Peck.