I’ve seen Turdus thrushes in many places and its interesting how very similar there behavior is. They may have different plumage but they do things like walk or cock their head in much the same fashion.
Based on my backyard, the Robins must have had a very successful breeding season. There are at least 10 young birds wandering about. They have stopped begging from the adults and are finding their own food without much problem.
They are not always the brightest birds though. They will drink from the pond but often tumble in. With a bit of squawking, they scramble out and dry in the sun, looking miserable and put out.
It is a wonder that any young Robins survive. With predators like cats and hawks around, they seem fairly oblivious to their safety. This young bird stood in the open and squawked whenever it saw some movement, no doubt looking to a parent for a meal.
A very common bird in Europe, it was still a treat to see for us as visitors. This bird is from the place we stayed in Calvi, Corsica, which appropriately was called La Merula. The female is a lighter brown and has a less prominent yellow eye ring.