Michigan State Bird - Robin
Michigan State Bird


The American Robin (Turdus migratorius), Michigan's state bird, is a beloved and iconic species known for its distinctive orange-red breast and cheerful song. These migratory birds are a common sight in Michigan, particularly during the spring and summer months when they arrive to breed and raise their young. As harbingers of spring, their return marks the changing seasons and the end of winter in the Great Lakes State. Their melodic warbling and adaptability to urban and suburban environments make them a favorite among birdwatchers and residents alike, embodying the spirit of renewal and vitality in Michigan's natural world.

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