The "Fox Sparrow" (Passerella iliaca) is a large American sparrow. It is the only member of the genus Passerella, although some authors split the genus into four species. Fox sparrows nest in wooded areas across northern Canada and the west coast of North America from Alaska to California. They nest either in a sheltered location on the ground or low in trees or shrubs.
The American Robin bird (Turdus migratorius), also known as the Robin or Common Robin, is a migratory songbird of the thrush family. It's active during the day, and on its winter grounds it assembles in large flocks at night to roost in trees in secluded swamps or dense vegetation. The flocks break up during the day when the birds feed on fruits and berries in smaller groups. During the summer, the American Robin defends a breeding territory and is less social. fledgeling