A week ago I looked out the back door and saw a robin right there. Over the past few years I've heard some say that some robins stay around all winter; but I never saw any. Today there were three together in a backyard tree.
Here are two of them; I couldn't get them all in the picture without them looking like dots.
My brother says he's heard that there are black-headed ones who stay - they are Canadian robins.
Well, these don't have black heads.
I hope they have something to eat - robins don't eat sunflower seeds, which is what's in our feeder. They like bugs and worms. But this guy looks pretty plump, doesn't he?
I know the mockingbird used to be a southern bird, but now they stay up here all the time. I suppose robins could do the same.