Category Archives: Robins

My Odd Robin

An American Robin’s diet consists of insects and fruit. Well, most of the time. I have a robin that eats safflower seeds! He has been coming to my feeder regularly for the last week. Other southern Wisconsin birdwatchers have recently … Continue reading

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Tension at the Watering Hole

I set up an additional birdbath last week because things were getting a little crazy in the backyard. Flocks of robins appeared and all their splashing started attracting other birds to the water sources. There wasn’t enough room for everyone, … Continue reading

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Up Close and Personal: Bathing Robin

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Strike a Pose

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Rife with Robins

I’ve already seen more robins this year than I saw all of last year. Bored by the lackadaisical start to spring, we hopped in the car recently and drove to the southeast corner of the state for a change of … Continue reading

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Where Did Summer Go?

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