The American robin (Turdus migratorius) is a migratory songbird of the thrush
family. ... name derives from two Latin words: turdus, "thrush", and migratorius
from migrare "to go"...
Don't they all go south? ... All robins are not the same: The vast majority of robins
do move south in the winter. ... Robins wander in the winter: Temperatures get
colder as winter progresses. ... Robins sometimes sing before and during
migration, as they switch to spring migratory restlessness and territoriality from
Q. Do all robins migrate south? ... Q. How do robins prepare for winter? .... After
wandering during winter--and individual robins can go to entirely different places
Jays and crows eat baby robins during the nesting season, but when they aren't
... Wildlife Service's robin banding data to learn where robins from your area go in
the winter, see our ... Q. Do robins really migrate along the 37-degree isotherm?
They may migrate south between fall and winter, but not for the reasons you may
think. Sponsored link ... Robins move in flocks, as do most birds. Flocking ...
Most robins do stay in the same area and don't migrate but others do migrate
south to where .... 3 or 4 is the most I have ever seen in one go. ... During the
winter the numbers increase, last year there were 10 robins in just one ...
Feb 25, 2013 ... Not all robins that winter in Michigan, however, will stay to nest and ... are the
same: The vast majority of robins do move south in the winter.
Apr 10, 2013 ... If I go stand near the tree, the visiting robins will take wing. ... For a bird like a
robin that nests several times during the spring, summer and early fall, even a ...
Unlike most of our winter birds, robins do not apparently eat seeds.
Jan 2, 2014 ... I was at a park and saw about 100 robins sitting in trees with a foot of snow ... Do
most of the robins go to warmer areas during the winter?
Jan 22, 2009 ... During my time at university, I developed an interest in conservation ... British and
Irish robins are largely sedentary, and most do not move more than 5km. ... adult
males moving between their breeding and winter territories.