|Feed type||vegetable feed|
|Feed amount||15 grams per day|
|Allowed terrain||beach, desert, forest, jungle, grassland, hills, mountains, plains, swamp, tundra|
|Butchering yields||poultry, feathers, small bones, eggs|
The picture shown in the infobox here is of the American Robin (Turdus migratorius), a type of thrush which is the most abundant bird found in North America. The European Robin (Erithacus rubecula) is an Old World flycatcher chat that can be found over most of Europe, western Asia and the northern extremities of North Africa. There are also Australasian robins of the bird family Petroicidae which also display a red breast.