If you live up north where winter really IS winter and you have been wondering what your vacationing robins are doing ... well, they are here.
They are here by the hundreds, filling my yard, my forest, and my goldfish pond.
Every day around sunset, it seems a new flock arrives and takes turns bathing in every spot of water around PFHQ ... more validation for my belief that even tiny bodies of water can make a difference to wildlife.
... Which is why I keep installing them around PFHQ.
Growing up, and living most of my life in Florida, I only know Robins as members of large noisy flocks.
In the summer, up north, are they more solitary/small groupish?