Name: Alex Jay F.
I am inquiring for a book I'm going to write about robins.
It will be written from a robins point of view.
I was just wondering what kind of sound do the males make to the females
or visa-versa to communicate to each other; not for courtship or anything
just to kind of know where they are.
Robins often work in pairs (mated pairs) and more than likely use visual
signals frequently. I have heard a plain "chirp" sound that often seems to
be an alarm call. This sound is similar to the robin song; the first note
of the song. BUT, only a robin would know these things for certain.
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