I always thought robins migrated south in
the winter, but we still see them flying
in and out of our trees!
Maybe it's not so cold for these robins??
So I googled and this what I found out:
"American Robins can be found year round in Washington
although most often the birds that breed in Washington
migrate south and are replaced for the winter by birds that
nest further north. Large migratory flocks can be seen
in the spring and fall."
Once again I have learned something new!
Have a great week!
We have robins all the time. Maybe ours migrate like that as well.ReplyDelete
It's funny, we live in the South be we don't see many robins around in Winter.ReplyDelete
They are most beautiful and welcome any time!ReplyDelete
Nice capture, It's always good to learn something new heh! ;-)ReplyDelete
Have a Robintastic day 👍
We don't have any here in MN in the winter, maybe it depends on how harsh the winters are.ReplyDelete
I've learned something new too. I love birds and we're feeding dozens and dozens of hummingbirds this winter. It's fun to watch them.ReplyDelete
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We have robins year around. However, I had no idea Washington also had them year around. My friend in Western PA never sees them after Sept.ReplyDelete
Not too many robins around this part of BC right now. But then, we still have a blanket of the white stuff. We do have Cedar Waxwings, and they are cleaning out the Mountain Ash trees,ReplyDelete
I am in Massachusetts and still see them around in winter.ReplyDelete
Informative and interesting post ~ lovely header photo ~ XoReplyDelete
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In Ohio we have some that hang around all year too. Doesn't seem like they always did that though.ReplyDelete