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Name: Jason Bullinger
Status: other
Age: 20s
Location: N/A
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Date: 5/18/2004


Question:
Do robins(the bird) share the responsability of nesting? How long is the incabation(SP) period for the eggs?


Replies:
Female builds the nest, possibly with some help from male; female incubates the eggs; both male and female tend the young. 12 to 14 day incubation.

J. Elliott


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