How long can robin eggs go without warmth?

Answer According to Nancy Carol Willis, author of "The Robins in Your Backyard," robins' eggs need to be kept at a constant temperature to develop. The mother's body is about 104 degrees F, so the mother ... Read More »

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How long can a mother robin stay off her eggs?

The mother robin incubates her clutch of eggs in order for them to hatch; therefore, she has to keep them warm for a long and consistent period. The mother robin will stay on the eggs for about two... Read More »

How long do robin eggs take to incubate?

The incubation period for the eggs of the American robin (Turdus migratorius) is between 12 and 14 days, according to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. The female robin may produce as many as three b... Read More »

How long does it take robin eggs to hatch?

It takes robin eggs 12 to 14 days to hatch from the date the final egg is laid. A robin typically lays three to four eggs during the season's first nesting; subsequent nestings usually produce two ... Read More »

How long does a robin need to sit on her eggs to hatch them?

The incubation period of the American robin---the time required of the bird to sit upon the eggs before they finally hatch---is from 12 to 14 days according to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology websit... Read More »