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The European Robin Erithacus rubecula is in the family Mascicapa, the Old World Flycatchers. They are prolific breeders, often with three to five broods a year, each containing up to five eggs. These broods can overlap, with the male feeding the chicks of one clutch while the female sits on the eggs of the next. This enables the population to recover readily from any losses through hard winters.

Photograph by Hilary Tann

About Hilary Tann

Hilary lives in the Peak District of Derbyshire and enjoys its variety of landscapes and habitats. She believes it is essential to develop an understanding of the behaviour of your subject and hopefully anticipate its movements to achieve a successful photograph.

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