If you grew up in Michigan, chances are when you thought of the very first signs of spring you thought of crocuses and robins.
But have you noticed that in recent years, something has changed– that robins are pretty much with us all through the winter?
Why has this happened, and do we have any reason to worry about robins in this exceptionally harsh winter?
Julie Craves, director of the Rouge River Bird Observatory in Dearborn, joined us.
Listen to the full interview above.