The Red Capped Robin has red, black and white feathers in appearance. They also have a little red cap at the top of their head. The scientific name is Petroica Goodenvii. The pronunciation for Petroica Goodenvii is Pet-roy-ca Good-en-oh-vee. The Red Capped Robin lives in parties of 3-5 and they live up to 6 years of age. They are also moderately common.
The Red Capped Robin has a short beak that is round, pointed and narrow. They use their pointed beaks to dig into their food so that it can hold it properly, and they use their tail to balance. The Red Capped Robin uses its feet to grip onto the branches. They always hunt with their beaks looking for food. They nest by communicating with other birds then they find a tree that suits them.
Bush fires are a threat to a Red Capped Robin because when someone makes a fire and forgets or can not just put it out, the plants and trees will catch on fire and spread through other plants. This will effect the animals living since they live in a dry climate in dry desert woodlands.
Overall The Red Capped Robin is a magnificent little bird. They have really cool structural features. As previously mentioned before, They use their tail to balance themselves. They also use their feet to grip on the big thick braces and the small thin ones.