"Pretty Bird"

Photographer  ‑  Frank Carroll
Eastern Yellow Robins are among the first birds to be heard at dawn. They feed on insects and small spiders. They normally feed alone, but may also be seen in pairs or small family groups. During breeding season, breeding pairs of Eastern Robins may lay up to three clutches of eggs. The female builds the nest and incubates the eggs. The nest is a woven cup of bark, grasses and other vegetation, bound together with spider web and lined with finer material and leaves.