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Date: Wed Apr 05 2000 - 17:25:21 EDT
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I think that robins can produce about 100 babies if the robin lives for ten
years. I'm thinking about 2 to 3 nests a year and then 4 babies each nest.
But we also have to factor in if the babies can survive. So there will
probably be a decrease of adult babies from the same parents. But I think
there will be about 100 babies born.
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