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jimenez West Palm Beach, FL (Zone 10a) I saw the outline of this bird and thought it was a mockingbird. I ran to get my binoculars and I saw the sun hit the bird. Rust belly ,square tail, long,yellowish beak. It was singing. A similar bird landed close by and it looked like they kissed or one was going to feed the other. I ran to get camera and I got just this picture.
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Malus2006 Coon Rapids, MN (Zone 4a) That's a Robin LOL. The tougher than usual winter over 90% of Eastern US must had driven it more farther south than usual
Resin Northumberland United Kingdom (Zone 9a) American Robin
trackinsand mid central, FL (Zone 9a) every winter we get a fair share of robins in our area of central florida but this winter nary a one until about two weeks ago when a few came through. evidently they really did go much farther south!
jimenez West Palm Beach, FL (Zone 10a) Thanks.I don't see too many Robins down here. I saw the rust belly and thought maybe it was a Robin, but it was so high up in a tree and I have always seen them on the ground looking for food.
SoFlaCommercial West Palm Beach, FL (Zone 10b) for the record, I have one in my area over by Royal Palm Beach... they're the only things that are keeping the black birds in line... The black birds taunt the blue jays...
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