following a snow and ice storm last week, there have been hundreds of robins in our area. this has been continuing for several days. the north fork of the shenandoah river provides a natural entrance/exit for migrating birds into and out of the shenandoah valley, which run south to north and vice versa. after a winter of seeing relatively few birds, it's wonderful to see hundreds of robins again.
[Journey North Data Verifier Note: contacted observer for more information about this sighting; altered quantity field from 0 to 100 to reflect estimate from observer, 02/04/2022]
Latitude: 39 Longitude: -78.3
Observed by: Ray
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