Robins are not known to return to the same nest the next season. In fact, often times their nests are knocked down or fall apart from wind and snow during the non-breeding season. Robins will build a new nest each season to hold their blue eggs.
Eagles and hawks, along with other “cavity nesters” will use the same nest from year to year. A few species, like swallows, will reuse their nest as long as it hasn’t blown over. For the most part, though, birds will rebuild their nest from year to year. Robins are in the catagory called thrushes, which is a group of birds that form a different nest each year. 60% of all the living birds in the world build a new nest each year.
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