Bird House Signs with Robins
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The robin redbreast is one of the most well known British birds out there, also known as the European Robin. It's because of this that you'll often see them in all of our gardens looking for food, and if you leave some out for them, they will be sure to come back all winter long.
However, it's not just gardens that you can spot a robin in; you may also see them in woodlands, hedgerows and parks!
Surprisingly though, no more than one robin will occupy a small garden as they are very territorial over their food supply. Food becomes scarce in winter for robins, and they have to work hard to find it and keep themselves alive. It is due to this territorial behaviour that Robins sing outside of the breeding season, whereas most other species don't.
They are known for their friendliness here in the UK; however, in the rest of Europe, they are quite shy birds and are generally unapproachable.
The Robin is also a member of the thrush family, making it a relative of the blackbird and the nightingale bird. Robin's are super easy to spot though, with their bright red breast and brown upperparts. Male and female robins are also almost identical in shape and colour.
Robins are omnivorous birds, so you'll often find them eating small worms, insects, insect larvae and spiders. They do also consume seeds, soft fruit and berries in the winter months.
Here at Village Green Signs, we have multiple different hand-painted designs to take your pick from!
From start to finish, your sign will be in skilled hands.
We pride ourselves on the care and commitment taken for every sign we produce. Attention to detail is paid during each stage of the process; from laying out the sign details to hand-painting the design, right through to shipping. Our goal is to produce a beautiful sign that we can all be proud of.