American Robin The Red Chest Bird

American Robin: The bird of my mornings
Today is the fourth day. The bird comes to the park (PettyGrove City Park), early in the morning.
I usually get up about 6 am. I hear its chirping. I go out and try yo see it.
Since it was dark days whole winter, I was not able to see any bird.
Now slowly spring coming.
Finally four days ago, I spotted the bird.

It sounded very cheerful.
Likes to sit on one of the high tree branch and sang.
I like to listen what it says. Of course I have no clue, but there is another bird almost sounds like answering him or her.
They chat back and forth about half an hour.
I have not able to spot the other bird yet.

It must be smaller bird that hides behing leaves.

I took several photos of Red Robin. Then I took video.

There was a lot of background noise of the sound.
So I cleaned a bit by separating the sound from the video and edit it.

Here is the American Robin chirping sound
You may download if you wish.

Robins are common sights on lawns across North America, where you often see them tugging earthworms out of the ground. Robins are popular birds for their warm orange breast, cheery song, and early appearance at the end of winter.

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