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American Robin Migration
  Laura Erickson
  Follow the robin's annual cycle. From January until June, citizen scientists across North America report their first robin of spring, waves of migrating robins, and the first robin song of spring. Share data to help scientists understand how robins respond to climate and changing seasons. Explore life cycle, ecology, habitat, and conservation needs. Please report your observations.
 
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Help track spring migration as robins travel to their breeding grounds.

 

Seeing Robins?
February 1

Report where robins are this winter.

     

Flocking to Berries
February 8

People are reporting flocks feeding on trees laden with winter berries.

Singing in Spring
February 15

Distinguish the robin's true song from other common vocalizations.

Migratory Restlessness
February 22

The urge to migrate is building as the breeding season approaches.

     

 

 

 

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