Where Do Birds Go in a Storm?

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Big birds usually seek shelter when a storm approaches by flying ahead of the storm. Generally, birds have a keen sense of detecting changes in air pressure. Therefore, when air pressure drops, they instinctively know that a storm is coming and take shelter before the onset of the storm.
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Birds need to find shelter to protect themselves from storms. Many birds do not survive when the storm is severe or the temperature drops really low. Birds will often take shelter in trees. You can find more information here: http://www.shagbarkbantams.com/page16.htm
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