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Where are Robins in Winter?
This is an American Robin. Robins are signs of spring, so why is this robin in snow? It’s because robins live some places in summer. They live some places in winter. They live some places all year round—even in snow!

Most robins in the far north must migrate south to find food in winter. Some fly very far. Other robins don’t go so far. Robins can live in cold places as long as they have food.

What do robins do in winter? You will find out in these pages. You can learn more—and report the robins you see—on Journey North.

Photo: Joe Deignan