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Where Do Robins Go in the Summer?

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In late summer, the robins usually go into hiding so as to moult and prepare for the winter. This is a period when the birds shed off their feathers and grow new ones. The bird is commonly found in the North American regions.
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Robins are mostly sedentary and would hardly migrate from their ecosystems during summer. However, a few migrate to Spain and Portugal once the winter season sets in. Juveniles also disperse from their natal sites during the month of May although they rarely go further than a few kilometres.
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Robins are migratory birds that fly south for the winter in order to find warmer climates that are more hospitable to their well being and survival.
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Robins at this time of year like a number of birds that have reared their young start to moult,and always hide away in low bushes etc. this is because they are more vulnerable to
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they are still around and are moulting , they are in hiding as they don't want to be exposed to predators while they don't have a full flight of feathers.
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