In my last blog post I asked: “Do robins migrate?” I have found out that some robins do migrate. And some don’t!

Robins look for fruit in the winter. If there are no fruit bearing trees in their area, they will migrate.

Also, robins need more food when it is cold, and more and more fruit. So they will move to areas that have lots of food.

Not all robins are the same. It appears that the majority of robins do move south in the winter.

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