In winter, American Robins are found from in large groups feeding on berries and nuts.
In winter, American Robins are found from north to south. Some are basking in Texas and Florida while others are enduring the northern winter. Many are somewhere in between. As long as they can find fruits or berries, some may stay close to their summer areas even in fall and winter. Because they move in search of food, American Robins are not as faithful to their wintering grounds as most other songbirds. In the winter, American Robins wander in flocks and help one another find food and avoid predators.
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Soon we will hear the first territorial songs of the American Robin. Be ready to hear this iconic song of spring.