The American robin (Turdus migratorius) is a migratory songbird of the thrush
family. .... While robins occasionally overwinter in the northern part of the United
States and southern Canada, most mi...
Don't they all go south? Many scientists say the ... All robins are not the same:
The vast majority of robins do move south in the winter. However, some ... Robins
wander in the winter: Temperatures get colder as winter progresses. Robins
A. Robins are very often stressed by heat, and areas where robins winter often ...
(i.e. Do robins from Massachusetts travel to Florida and Georgia, while robins ...
Q. What do robins wintering in the north eat? ... a lot of good nutrition and food
energy, so females go where they are sure of good food supplies in winter. Yes ...
A. Each year in late summer and fall, robins leave the territories where ... about
robins, including a map showing their summer and winter ranges, visit our Online
... Q. How do hurricanes affect migrating birds, and is there anything we can do to
Feb 25, 2013 ... Not all robins that winter in Michigan, however, will stay to nest and ... number of
robins counted per survey (visit) each year through winter ... Not all robins are the
same: The vast majority of robins do move south in the winter.
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?
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 ...
Feb 14, 2013 ... “Historically most of the robins wintered pretty much in the deep south/
southeastern U.S. Over the last 40 to 50 years they've increased ...
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.