Ecology Category: Birds
Image courtesy of Windy Hill Sanctuary
The North Island robin often come close to people, and occasionally stand on a person’s boot.
North Island robins measure 18 cm from beak tip to tail tip, and weigh about 35 grams, and so are slightly larger than a house sparrow. They have long, thin legs and an upright stance.
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