The Most Beautiful Pink Robin Images

The Pink Robin images can make your day more beautiful just by staring at them. Nature is full of beauty, but we can say that it has outdone itself through the beauty of this bird.

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Today we will present the top most beautiful Pink Robin images along with information about this bird.

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Pink Robin, Image: Image credit: JJ Harrison
Pink Robin Images
Image credit: JJ Harrison

Pink Robin Taxonomy

Researchers have encountered difficulties in classifying the Pink Robin. In 1819, the Belgian Auguste Drapiez included the Pink Robin in the Australasian Petroicidae family, later some molecular research placed the Robin in the Passerida branch, and nuclear and mitochondrial DNA testing analysis placed it in the Petroica genus. Despite all the analyzes carried out, Pink Robin’s classification is still not 100% certain.

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Fact: There are two types of Robins. There is a European Robin and an Australian Robin, but none of them are related to the Petroicidae. Also, they differ in physical appearance, and only the Australian robin has an intense pink belly.
Pink Robin Images by JJ Harrison
Pink Robin Images by JJ Harrison

Pink Robin Description

All the Pink Robin images illustrate the unique beauty of this small passerine bird, so let’s find out more about its looks.

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Pink Robin, Image credit: Dominic Sherony

 

Pink Robin has a length of 5.5 in (13.5 cm) and a weight of 0.35 oz (10 g). Also, Pink Robin shows sexual dimorphism, so females and males differ in appearance. Females have a dark gray-brown feather color, black bill and legs, dark brown eyes, and dark brown wings as well.

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Males, on the other hand, boast a dark gray plumage, a white forehead, and an outstanding pink breast and belly. Despite their differences, both females and males are adorable.

Pink Robin Habitat

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Pink Robin, Image credit: David Cook

The Pink Robin prefers habitats with a cooler climate. That is why you will find the Pink Robin in the rainforests or temperate forests in South Australia, New South Wales, and Tasmania. Also, they usually make their nest in the same kind of forest.

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Their nest is made of a deep cup of green moss that they tie together with spiders web and grass. The female is the one who stays in the nest and takes care of the eggs, and the male is in charge of providing food.

Fact: Pink Robin eggs have a size of 0.70 by 0.16 in (18 by 14 mm) and they hatch in 15-16 days.

In reality, it is difficult to capture a Pink Robin. They are birds that love more secluded environments and solitude. Only during the breeding season, the Pink Robin prefers to be accompanied by another bird.

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Pink Robin, Image credit: Gary L. Clark

Have you enjoyed the Pink Robin images? Please let us know in the comments which one is your favorite.

FAQ – Pink Robins Bird

Where do you find Pink Robins?

Pink Robins can be found predominantly in south-eastern Australia. They can also be seen in Tasmania, King and Flinders Islands, and southeastern New South Wales.

Is the Pink Robin rare?

Pink Robins are not rare birds, but rather, they are hard to spot because they prefer to spend most of their time in their natural habitat. They are wild birds that hardly leave their natural habitat. They also prefer solitude.

Are Pink Robins endangered?

Pink Robins are not an endangered species.

What attracts robins to your house?

Your garden should mimic the natural environment of these birds as much as possible. Another attempt by which you can attract this bird is to place different foods such as melons, strawberries, or blueberries in your garden. Who knows? It could be you get lucky and get some awesome Pink Robin images.

What should you not feed a robin?

Do not feed Pink Robins with birdseed because they are carnivores and will show no interest in that food. You can feed them different fruits, mealworms, caterpillars, and beetles.

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