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πSubject Matter: American Robin (bird) Target Noun: "Ringed-Neck" Robin

I apologize if this is posted in the incorrect place; I have looked for twenty minutes trying to find a way to discuss the American Robin). I have a very serious question regarding the American Robin.

I have never seen a Robin as I did approximately one week ago. This Robin had a ring arounnd its' neck. A friend told me they had never seen such a Robin before either and that they'd contact the Autobon (SP?) Society. They gave an answer that I was unable to believe...stating that such isn't all that uncommon, etc. I'm 47 years old and have llived in Northeast Ohio my entire life; I know very well it is EXTREMELY UNCOMMON, like a once-in-47-yrs event.

Anyone have knowledge of the "Ringed-Neck" Robin? ...had the inherint, internal soul-moment-realization of the bird being of something noble, rare and of great "pecking" order. There; how's that for my idea of the observation event of the

"RINGED-Neck Robin"!!

All comments desired! 76.205.85.117 (talk) 01:52, 27 February 2010 (UTC)glenn.k@live.com "pi, it makes the world go 'round"