Robins

by Doug Cooke
(Laurel, Ontario, Canada)



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Doug Cooke said ... I saw my first Robin today March 10, but 2 days ago about 100 Swans in the field on county road 12 in Laurel, Ontario, and counted 14 yesterday in the same area.

A reader from Chatham, Ontario wrote to say ... I just counted 10 Robins outside my window today, February 26, 2017 in Chatham, which is located between Windsor and London Ontario. 😊

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Mar 22, 2017
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Birds
by: Andrew

I live in Vankleek Hill, Ontario and I see lots of rare birds.

Mar 22, 2017
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Maybe never left
by: Frank

With this mild Winter, we have found that many American Robins really never moved southward. With a good crop of berries the past summer, flocks of Robins have been able to locate patches of food across your area of the province. Placing fruit such as sliced apples, oranges and even hanging bunches of grapes in your own yard will help this species survive the Winter.

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