Our mid-March mornings have been filled with the song of an American Robin. Its unmistakable, trilling “cheerio-cheerio-cheep” has served as a happy harbinger of Spring, not to mention a morning wake-up for the later-sleeping members of the family. Listen to the robin in our trees.
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