Due to the unusually cold weather in the South what they're describing as "WAVES" of Robins are flocking North while our ground is still covered in up to a foot of compacted snow/ice. I searched-out an alternative diet to help sustain them .....until their diet of insects becomes readily available: Fruits & Berries fit the Bill.
Thanks for sharing the robin pic & video Celandine. The only birds I've seen in my new hood are large hawks. I've never any pigeons out here yet. Since the weather will be hitting 50 degrees Sat, I am going to take a walk around. Thanks to you, I will be looking for robins. Will be taking my cam.
NJ/PA is a Major "FlyWay" between So. America & Canada.
I wasn't expecting robins this early either I usually spot the first one close to my B'Day at the end of March, and I'd NEVER seen them in flocks ...never even knew they traveled that way until 2 days ago.
* hope your migraine abates so you can enjoy the brief respite in the weather.
I didn't know those darn hawks migrated. I see them all year round. More so now, since I now live in the bush. Those suckers are HUGE! The other day looking out the window I was watching one eating a meal on top of my neighbors car. What a bloody mess. All that was left...a bushy tail & a bunch of gray fur. So I gather it was a squirrel. The hawk must not have been a nesting female.
The tenets with small dogs, only walk them at night now. I think one of the little tenants dogs was attacked by a hawk.
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