Here is my entry for Granny Shot It’s Bird of the Day (BOTD) challenge.
We get the American Robins in spring during migration in North Florida. They come in large flocks, generally with the Cedar Waxwings & eat every berry we have in the backyard. They visit our neighborhood for 3-6 weeks. The time frame has varied over the years. They will also forage whatever critters are living in our large front yard. Natural fertilizer!
One interesting fact is that the American Robin has a 2 year lifespan in the wild. Providing, they survive any predators like hawks, cats & snakes.
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