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Robin nests.

Robin nests:  Robins are in the thrush family of birds.  The mother robin will make the nest out of sticks, grass, mud and paper. While the father is searching for food The robin will plaster (quickly moving feet) its feet around the inside of the nest.  The robin shapes the nest like a bowl.  The robin does this up to 10 times around the inner side of the nest to make it sturdy to hold her eggs.



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