Richard Crossley from Exit 0 on Robin Migration

I realize the title of this post might be gobbledygook to our non-birding readers, but this is cool stuff. Ever notice that there are more robins in your yard during the fall? While robins are pretty much a year-round sight in NJ, they are actually a migrating species and the robins we host in the fall may not be the same individuals we saw throughout the summer. In recent weeks, several distinct flocks have descended on our front yard to feed before moving on south. In this video, Richard discusses how he thinks robins make their way to Cape May.