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A Robin

 
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So today I saw a robin.....hmmm.....awefully early for that! Southern Mo location......add to that people seeing geese fly NORTH and things budding and seeing dandelions....what in the World!!!!???
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So today I saw a robin.....hmmm.....awefully early for that! Southern Mo location......add to that people seeing geese fly NORTH and things budding and seeing dandelions....what in the World!!!!???
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a few years ago robins started staying year around in Denver.
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Dude, Im in Colorado. ALL my neighbors lawns are still green. My bushes are budding right now. There is a flock of finches that never migrated from my yard. They sing always. Its snowing now, but tomorrow they will wake and sing again. The grass will still be green.

I dont care what people say, WHEN THE FUCK IS GRASS GREEN IN JANUARY HERE??!!
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WOW crazy!
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I saw 2 robins today. I thought it was very odd. In the northeast.
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Weird. Cool find OP. thumbs
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I saw 2 robins today. I thought it was very odd. In the northeast.
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ohno strange, poor things
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Re: A Robin
Please feed the birds!
With the weather so strange lately and bird behavior off who knows if they have anything to eat.
I fill my deck rail and table with seed twice a day and have a multitude of flocks visiting.
Peanuts and walnuts for the squirrels as well,they are so funny to watch!
Help a critter out!
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We had an entire flock of there here in MN outside the window last week. However robins in winter is not uncommon..

Winter Robins


Tradition places the appearance of the American Robin as a harbinger of spring. This may be why each winter Mass Audubon receives hundreds of reports of robin sightings, sometimes numbering hundreds of birds. Actually, robins have been known to overwinter in Massachusetts since at least the early 1900s. The number of wintering robins depends largely on the severity of the weather and the abundance of food.

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