How can that be? Don't they all go south? ... If some robins spend winter moving
around northern locations, how can we possibly track their migration? When we
look at ... What patterns do you notice as the migration progresses? What does it
A. Scientists study bird banding data to learn where robins go. They put ... A. At
winter's end, robins eat a lot of berries. ... Q. Where do robins spend the winter?
Q. Do all robins migrate south? ... Q. How do robins prepare for winter? ...
Service's robin banding data to learn where robins from your area go in the
winter, see ...
Jan 12, 2014 ... And if you do feed robins in winter, chances are extremely good that .... This
Robin is the only one I've ever seen go to the bird feeder and get ...
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?
A. Each year in late summer and fall, robins leave the territories where ... They
spend fall and winter in flocks, traveling to places where they can find more food.
... Q. How do hurricanes affect migrating birds, and is there anything we can do to
help ... and weather before taking flight, so they won't try to fly during a hurrica...
They may migrate south between fall and winter, but not for the reasons you may
think. Sponsored link ... So robins tend to fly to all points south, but not in any
particular migratory path. ... Robins move in flocks, as do most birds. Flocking ...
Robins have been known to overwinter in Massachusetts since at least the early
1900s. The number of wintering robins depends largely on the severity of the ...
Feb 25, 2013 ... Not all robins are the same: The vast majority of robins do move south in the
winter. However, some stick around—and move around—in ...
Apr 10, 2013 ... If I go stand near the tree, the visiting robins will take wing. My male ... Unlike
most of our winter birds, robins do not apparently eat seeds.