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2 hours ago, MakoMike said:

I was told they are two different species that occupy the same range by a fishery biologist. I Never questioned it.

i just did some research, and we seem to have northern sea robins (smaller and darker) and striped sea robins (big orange ones)

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"Searobins are well known for their sound producing abilities. A variety of sounds have been documented including barks, growls, and clucks."

 

> If a Robin growls at me I'm running away 

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4 hours ago, MakoMike said:

I was told they are two different species that occupy the same range by a fishery biologist. I Never questioned it.

on the water (I think it was OTW) recently put out a facebook post about it....

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