Animal Medicine: Robin

Published on November 15, 2012 by Amy

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Robin
Robin

Oh such a wonderful song bird. If only I could sing like that especially during a night of karaoke. In fact, Robin Medicine is usually the last songbird singing just before the Sun goes down. Robin Medicine has this comical running and stopping behavior that is probably its most distinguishing characteristic. When you see them stop, they are not listening, they are actually looking for the prey. This gives the phrase, “STOP, look and listen’” or “STOP and smell the roses,” a whole new meaning.

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Robin Medicine is very deliberate Bird Medicine as they take the time to literally STOP and look around. They are also migratory birds. When Male Robin Medicine returns for the summer before Female Robin Medicine, he searchers and competes for the best nesting sites. Male Robin Medicine will go in first like a U.S. Navy Seal to check out the scenary and take care of the dirty work. (winky wink) The Female Robin Medicine will then select her mate based on his ability to secure a territory, how well he sings and his plumage. Sounds a bit familiar to the female human, huh?

Source: drstandley

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