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.

Photo by Doug Gochfeld
Photo by Doug Gochfeld
Photo by Scott Schuette
American Robin (right) with Hawfinch and Dusky Thrush by Phil Chaon