Do Ducks Fly South for the Winter?

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Ducks do fly south for the winter. Though, some usually remain in southern Canada for the winter. Those that dwell in Canada reside close to areas with open water and enough food. Depending on the species, ducks migrate all over.
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Ducks fly south in the cooler months so they still have warm weather and
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In the winter time duhh, key word winter!
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Birds fly south for the winter ot get out of the snow and cold temperatures. Thats why retirees that go to FLorida and Arizona in the winter are called "snowbirds".
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Warmth, go to areas where vegetation is still available, also follow the migrational and gestational cycles of fish and other food.
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