European Robins live across Europe, reaching east to Western Siberia and south to North Africa. With the exception of the extreme north, they are sedentary throughout much of their habitat.
The European Robin (Erithacus rubecula), sometimes referred to as the robin or the robin redbreast in the British Isles, is a tiny insectivorous passerine bird, more particularly a chat, that was originally categorised as a member of the thrush family (Turdidae), but is now thought to be an Old World flycatcher.
Both the male and female European Robins have a brown head, wings, and tail, a red breast and face, and grey undersides. Their fit may be identified by their quick wing beats for short, swift feet.
During the mating season, the robin sings a warbling, fluting song. It calls in a particular and lovely manner. The song is made up of brief, quick trills, gentle, clear sounds, and chirp phrases. Although it is normally quieter in the late summer when it moults, it will sing to declare territory and entice a mate.
The mating season (April to June) is the only time that European Robins couple up.5-7 eggs will be laid by the female. She spends up to two weeks in the nest after she has placed her eggs. Up to three times every hour, the male delivers her food.Up until they are two weeks old, when they can fly and become completely independent, both parents are responsible for caring for and feeding their chicks.