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Where do robins go when they migrate?


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American robins in the northern and central U.S. are semi-migratory, in fall they often gather in large flocks that may move only a little south, or stay pretty much in the same area. They do leave the more northern parts of their range, mainly from Canada. Many stay in the southern U.S. in winter, some go to Mexico and Central America.

J. Elliott


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