A good many years ago, a naturalist told us that robins flock together in the winter and that they migrate only regionally, so it may be that the Kentucky robins come to Ohio for the winter? Also seeing a robin in February doesn't necessarily mean that spring is coming. Last Sunday I saw a lone robin and thought about the naturalist's information. This last week was particularly wintry. Then on Thursday I saw the flock. I counted twelve or thirteen of them in the tree out front.
I really like that this picture came out well. Often using digital zoom makes a picture grainy. This one even looks good on the big computer screen.
How many do you see this tree?
I love watching birds in winter!