I have had Robins in my yards and trees for the last 2 days all day long. I have also had quite a few Cedar Waxwings eating the same red berries off a tree until a Robin runs them off. Between the 2 species they have cleaned every berry from the tree. I don't know what kind of a tree it is but the Bluejays eat them too. It's not a Christmas Holly, but that's all I can tell you. If the Robin's are here tomorrow I will try to get a picture.
A hawk squealed this morning overhead while I was on my deck watching them and the entire yard took off in unison, it was amazing, and they all headed in a northeasterly direction, like it was predetermined? I was amazed how a Robin that was about 15 feet in front of my truck on the ground didn't mind me getting in and starting it and taking off, just kept doing his business.
I hope this information helps.
Latitude: 30.9 Longitude: -89.5
Observed by: Michael
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