Wildlife: First Robin of Spring

My wonderful husband and I always search for the first "Robin"of Spring. This year is the first year I spotted it, I got lucky ! If you look close in the tree you will see it.


Buffalo winters are long here and so the Robin was a beautiful sight to see!

By Sally from Buffalo, NY

April 9, 20100 found this helpful

I grew up in northern Illinois and I always wondered where the robins went in the winter. We always heard that they "flew south" for the winter. Now that I live in Florida, I know where they go. Every December my back yard is crowded with robins. I live pretty far down on the southwest gulf coast. They must go somewhere else after stopping here, though, because I never see them other than for a few short days in December. I love seeing them; reminds me of back home, I guess.

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April 10, 20100 found this helpful

Ohio had a pretty hard winter, too - believe me, we really rejoiced when hubby spotted the first robin! We have a robin family that lives in our tree. :D

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April 11, 20100 found this helpful

When I see the blue herons fly over my pond I know spring can't be far. Now I'm awaiting my blue birds and little "hummers" to officially welcome the season!

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