Extravagant feathers: Rose Robin’s bold red chest steals the spotlight

A small, thin bird that wears its heart not on its sleeve, but in rose red, right there on its chest!

Meet the rose Robin

Rose Robin's bold red chest steals the spotlight – The Daily Worlds The robi rose (Petroica rosea), is a small, sleeping passerine bird with a relatively long tail. Males are dark gray above and sport a white patch above the bill with a bright pink breast. The belly and outer tail feathers are white, while the wigs and top of the tail are a dark gray shade.

Females are mainly a gray-brown hue and sport a small white rubbing spot. Its outer feathers are white and whitish underneath, sometimes with a pale pink wash on the breast.

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Rose Robin's bold red chest steals the spotlight – The Daily Worlds These birds are found in Easter and south-eastern Australia, from Rockhampto east of the Great Divide, through Easter in New South Wales and Victoria in south-eastern Australia.

Rose Robin's bold red chest steals the spotlight – The Daily Worlds

Rose Robi likes moist sclerophyllous forests and wooded areas, where it likes to inhabit ravines and valleys, filtering into drier forest in the colder months.

Rose Robin's bold red chest steals the spotlight – The Daily Worlds

Often watching hovering over two or two people through the tree canopy, Rose Robi like to dive into the insects and spiders that form the bulk of their diet. Sometimes they also trap insects in the wig. They will also submerge caterpillars and wasps. weevils and other insects.

Rose Robin's bold red chest steals the spotlight – The Daily Worlds

During the breeding season, Rose Robi is pested between September and January, when a cup-shaped peat is built from moss and fertilizers. Spider webs, feathers and fur are used to fork and will the pest, while the lich is placed on the outside of the pest. Generally located about 33 to 66 feet above the ground, 2 to 3 eggs measuring 17 mm x 13 mm are laid.

Rose Robin's bold red chest steals the spotlight – The Daily Worlds

This species has a very large breeding range and, although the global population size has not been qualified, the species is reported to be quite common locally.

Rose Robin's bold red chest steals the spotlight – The Daily Worlds Watch and listen to this bird below:

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