Originally Posted by Goldfields
By the way, your robins there are very different to ours.
Of these, the only ones I've spotted here are the Scarlet Robin, The Eastern Yellow Robin, and the Jacky Winter. How big would your Robin be? Some of ours are quite small.
Our robins are in the thrush family, GF, and run about 8.5 inches from head to tail. Looks like yours are mostly smaller birds and insect eaters? Very cool, by the way!
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