Length: 7.9–11 inches
Wingspan: 12.2–15.7 inches
American Robins have a varied diet of invertebrates and fruit. During most of the spring and summer they eat large numbers of insects, mostly snails and earthworms. They also consume berries.
Look for American Robins year-round across the United States, then moving north during the Summer. They are found in lawns, parks, fields, backyards, and woodland areas. During the winter they will prefer nesting in trees that produce the berries they eat.