Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 20, 2018

Migrating Birds Avoid Bad Weather — Which Makes Their Paths Predictable

NPR reports

Hurricane Florence has captured people’s attention this week, and it’s a sure bet that this unusual weather is also being closely monitored by hundreds of millions of migrating birds.

This is the peak of the fall migration season, after all, and birds avoid bad weather — which is helping scientists predict migration patterns.

Read story at  Migrating Birds Avoid Bad Weather — Which Makes Their Paths Predictable : NPR


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