robin

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Synonyms for robin

small Old World songbird with a reddish breast

large American thrush having a rust-red breast and abdomen

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nymphs) on European robins, which migrate across Turkey twice a year en route from their breeding sites to their wintering sites (Figure 2) and back.
Caption: The European robin, a different species from the North American kind, can lose its compass sense when exposed to a background of human-generated electromagnetic noise.
Henrik Mouritsen, document a series of experiments using European robins that were carried out from 2005 to 2011.
European Robins living in urban environments are more likely to sing at night in places with high levels of noise pollution during the day, suggesting that they sing at night because it is quieter, and their message can propagate through the environment more clearly.
The research examined how artificial light affects the amount of food consumed by European robins.
The research examined how artificial light affects the amount of food consumed by European robins, and was compared with the amount of food consumed by birds in natural light.
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