What Is Bird Migration?

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Bird migration is the movement of many species of birds due in different seasons of the year. This movement is caused by a number of factors such as search for food or harsh weather conditions.
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There are only a few species of birds that do not migrate. The answer to your question would be 'most birds'. However, weather can play tricks on birds and alter the times of departure
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Birds instinctively know when, where and how to travel during their migrations. Man has not discovered the reasons or the methods of the migration of birds though.
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Wood warblers, of the Parulidae family, are a type of American bird. The northern parula spends the summer in the eastern United States and the southern part of eastern Canada. As
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Well, you would think that all birds migrate but they dont, well at least not all of them
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