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  • Challenge question #3

    Tracey Schaum (oradell@intac.com)
    Thu, 06 Mar 97 11:15:45 0000

    I believe the Robins in New Jersey fly south for the winter months.
    South means the states of Virginia, North and South Carolina. They fly
    south for food and Robins do not have the protective oil that ducks and
    geese have to keep them dry and warm.
    Brittany Page

    We think robins go to the southern Atlantic states from our state. ( New
    Jersey )
    Maddie Sterling, Lauren Sullivan, Andrea Braunstein, and Eileen Zhou