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Distribution: The American Robin is a member of the North American thrush family. It has one of the earliest arrivals to their nesting territories in the Spring. The robin has always been considered a harbinger of Spring when it is first spotted. At one time there was a number of bird species in North America with the name robin in it, such as the Clay-colored Robin and White-throated Robin. These two have now been named thrushes. The Rufous-backed Robin from Mexico has kept its name so far. The American Robin covers all of North America. It is a bird familiar to all.