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Why is England’s national bird a robin?

It’s territorial, chippy and punches above its weight – and that’s why Britons have voted for the robin to be the country’s national bird, according to the organiser of a nationwide poll. … The next most popular birds were the barn owl and blackbird at 12% and 11% respectively.

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Do Robins recognize humans?

Do Robins Recognise Humans Faces? Robins can definitely recognize you by your movements, schedule, and possibly other signals possibly including your face. Studies specifically show that pigeons and crows can recognize human faces, hold grudges against those humans, and will voice their opinions of you to other birds.

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