American Robins are common visitors to yards all across the country. While they don't visit birdfeeders with great frequency, you might have some success offering them mealworms, sunflower chips (no shells), or fruit from an open feeder.
I mostly see them searching for earthworms, eating fruit on trees and shrubs, or visiting my birdbath. So before you fertilize or use pesticides, think about our robins and all the other birds that could be impacted by lawn and garden chemical use.
The robin pictured above is enjoying sumac berries which are widely available here in the northeast. And the robin below was in my yard most of the winter, here visiting my heated bath in late March.