Spring is still a month away! Ok, maybe a little less. Still seems early to see a Robin. And, at a feeder? This one seems to be one of the few that did not fly south for the Winter. A little research tells us that not all American Robins fly south. Some do winter-over. But, what is it doing at a feeder. Robins usually eat insects, worms, fruits and not a whole lot else. Food has probably been difficult to come by this Winter with the amount of snow that we have seen and this one might be hungry. We did not have mealworms or fruit at the feeder, so it seems he was either finding some safflower seeds or in the hopes of finding something edible, was following the lead of the other birds that were active eating dropped seeds. Lets hope he makes it through to the other side of Winter.