Just Another Nature Enthusiast

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Why do robins cock their heads?

No… they are not listening for worms. Robins forage by sight for worms and other soft- bodied prey. They look with eyes that are placed far back on the sides of their heads. Robin diet consists of 40% insects; and 60% wild and cultivated fruits and berries.

A group is collectively known as a “worm” of robins.

Please click the link below for more about American Robins-

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