All photographs were taken by Nathan Collie on location at Old Town.
American Robins have a stable, increasing population. However, because robins tend to forage on lawns in suburban areas, they are vulnerable to pesticide poisoning and can be an indicator of environmental problems such as chemical pollution.
Robins have established themselves across the continent, and are well suited for a variety of habitats. They can be found in cities, towns, lawns, farmland, and forests. In winter when other food sources are scarce, they can often be found near berry-bearing trees.