American Robin

Turdus migratorius

An annual, late fall vagrant in the Pribilofs, this species is most often recorded between September 25th and October 10th with additional records from mid-September through late October. This hardy species could likely be found even later into the fall/winter during some years. There are only a few spring records from which coincide with the timing of the similar, and more common, Eyebrowed Thrush (Turdus obscurus) though late May would seem a more proper time period to expect further spring records for this early migrant.

American Robin by Doug Gochfeld 1 1024x657 - American Robin
Photo by Doug Gochfeld
American Robin 2 by Doug Gochfeld 1024x684 - American Robin
Photo by Doug Gochfeld
American Robin by Scott Schuette 1024x703 - American Robin
Photo by Scott Schuette
American Robin by Phil Chaon 1024x471 - American Robin
American Robin (right) with Hawfinch and Dusky Thrush by Phil Chaon