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I've seen them for about a week now. They are making a nest on my front porch. Cute little things. I hope they stay warm somehow.
 

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In summer, robins eat worms, grubs, and other insects. In winter, those that remain up north switch to berries, and sometimes suet from birdfeeders. Their diet includes the fruit of hawthorn, buckthorn, mountain ash, holly, wild grapes, cedar, crabapple, sumac, and multiflora rose.

It is also a good idea to offer water, even in winter if you can keep it from freezing. Water is usually harder to find than feed.

Some cool info:

http://magazine.audubon.org/backyard/backyard0001.htm

http://www.birdwatching.com/tips/birdfeedingfall.html
 

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I can't help but think of that song everytime I see your user i.d.

"I come from the land down under...gave him a bite of my veggiemyte sandwich"
 
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