. . . . . . for the next few days.
Today dozens of robins arrived.
I don't think they ever actually leave here, they just don't come to the
garden often in midwinter. They are non-migrators in the Carolinas.
They were everywhere in our garden, neighboring gardens also.
Pecking away on the grass for worms, searching for berries,
eating dropped seed under the feeders, and drinking from the
bird baths and fountain.
They helped cheer up the garden which is rather dreary and devoid of color
now, other than the pansies, yes the same ones the deer was munching
shown in my previous post!
American Robin: Turdus migratorius
Do you have many different species of garden birds in winter?
Do you feed and water your visiting birds?