BIRD MIRGATION

BIRD MIRGATION

As we are in the middle of fall migration, many migratory birds are moving southward to their wintering grounds. In my favorite local birding spots in North Central Florida, there are increasing records of migrants, including some very beautiful warblers such as Magnolia and Blackburnian Warblers. While it is nice to see resident species such as Northern Cardinals and Blue Jays, it has always been more exciting for me to find migratory birds.
February 26, 2024 — Support Customer
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70,000 Kilometers: The Arctic Tern's Epic Journey

Not only do wealthy people get to see summer twice a year, but for many centuries, Arctic terns have been able to enjoy it as well. These tiny seabirds are the world record holders for the farthest distance traveled by any known animal.
January 12, 2024 — Garfield He
Bird Migration Guide

Bird Migration Guide

Bird migration, one of the most spectacular phenomena in nature, attracts countless eyes every year. These messengers across the sky are not only marveled at their endurance and determination but are also an integral part of the ecosystem.
January 05, 2024 — Garfield He
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7 Facts about Hummingbird Migration

Discover hummingbird travel patterns, the challenges they face, and their interaction with ecosystems and humans. Learn how to attract these migratory birds to your backyard and contribute to their conservation.
January 03, 2024 — Lucy Guo
Winter Survival Strategies for Hummingbirds: How to Cope with Extreme Cold and What People Can Do

Winter Survival Strategies for Hummingbirds: How to Cope with Extreme Cold and What People Can Do

Hummingbirds are loved for their beauty and small size, but many people wonder how they survive the difficult task of winter. This post will explain in detail the many different ways they have evolved to get through the winter, such as shifting their diet, torpor, migration, etc., and we'll also share some of the steps humans can do to help them, so check it out!
November 10, 2023 — Neal Liu
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The Best Time of Day for Birdwatching: Discovering Nature's Rhythm

The right time for bird watching can effectively increase your chances of seeing birds, morning and evening are both great for bird watching. Any time of the year is a good time to go out bird watching, as long as you are willing to take the step to go out and explore and thus enjoy everything that happens along the way.

Where Do Birds Go in the Winter?

Where Do Birds Go in the Winter?

Do you ever wonder where all the birds in your backyard go in winter? Come discover the incredible world of avian migration with Birdfy in this article, in which we unravel the main destinations of migratory birds and the reason why some birds choose to stay in their original habitats.
October 12, 2023 — Yin Liang