OK so it's January 25th. It's a balmy 52ÂºF although the wind is very blustery. This is New England. And at 10:08AM I look out my window to see a robin. Sitting on the ground under the leafless branches of my Euonymus alata. Hopping around a bit, and not sure if the windblown creature was finding bits to eat or looking for nesting material. This is just a little unusual to me. They are supposed to be harbingers of spring. Anyone else seeing robins during winter? Or is the one in my garden just confused?