Friends in the Los Angeles Area (Maisels in Tarzana & Clarkes in
have also reported seeing groups of Robins of over a hundred so some are
getting further south......
Mark Paxton wrote:
> Hello all,
> Just a note to add that American Robin are unusually abundant in and
> San Benito County as well. I got home from work Friday and my
> daughter was waiting for me with some news - she'd noticed (and
> counted) 50
> Robins on her trip to a nearby park. Thrilled to have a birder on her
> Have any of you yet received reports of where the AMRO are not? So
> reports of unusually large numbers down through Santa Barbara, in the
> Central Valley, through Northern California and into Oregon? With the
> population concentrated in these areas, where are numbers down?
> Mark Paxton,
> San Benito County
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