Wisconsin State Bird - Robin
Wisconsin State Bird


The American Robin (Turdus migratorius), designated as the state bird of Wisconsin, is a familiar and beloved avian resident known for its distinctive red-orange breast and melodic song. These migratory songbirds are commonly associated with the arrival of spring, as they return from their wintering grounds to breed in Wisconsin. Robins are often spotted foraging for earthworms and insects in lawns and gardens, and they are celebrated as harbingers of warmer weather and the renewal of life in the state's natural landscapes. Their cheerful presence and vibrant plumage make them an iconic symbol of Wisconsin's changing seasons and the beauty of its outdoors.

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