They come through in large flocks and settle into the trees, stripping the toyan bushes of any bright red berries that may have been left on them.
The first indication of our visitors is usually loud chirping that we can hear inside the house even if all the doors and windows are tightly closed.
If you look carefully at the above photo, you will see a nice fat robin, full of toyan berries.
I tried to attach a short video I made of the robins flying over our house, because I wanted you to hear the wonderful noise they make.
These pictures of robins in the trees are rather like a puzzle.
I tried to get pictures of the flock flying over the river.
Just connect the dots. I mean the robins.
Most of the robins leave after a week or so, but some have come home and stay with us.
I can't even find the robins in this picture, but I know they are there.
Aha! There they are.
After the large flock moves on, the few who stay with us start looking for worms and bugs in our grass.