What Do Robins Eat in the Winter?

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In winter, the robin feeds on berry bushes, trees as well as vines. During winter, the robin feeds to keep its metabolism rate high and as such gather energy reserves to move, stay warm and survive.
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During winter, robins eat a lot of fruits such as honeysuckle berries, hawthorn, dogwood, and sumac fruits, and snails. They also eat earthworms that they forage in lawns, shrews, small snakes, and aquatic insects.
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Robins are migratory birds that fly south for the winter in order to find warmer climates that are more hospitable to their well being and survival.
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One of the first signs of spring are orange-breasted robins decorating yards and parks searching out bits of grass and twigs to make their nests. Unfortunately, their pale blue eggs
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In winter robins concentrate on berry bushes, trees and vines, like the bittersweet vine above. On warm days, though, you might spot a robin running on lawns, searching for worms.
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