Migration of Birds. Report from Middle Creek Wildlife Area March 8, 2005 Snow Geese 115,000 - 120,000 Tundra Swans 4,100 - 4,300 Canada Geese 1,200. Great Gray Owl invasion of Wisconsin and Minnesota in winter of 2004-05. They’re Back !. Swallows Returning to Capistrano?
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March 8, 2005
Snow Geese 115,000 - 120,000
Tundra Swans 4,100 - 4,300
Canada Geese 1,200
How About the Buzzards of Hinckley, Ohio?
March 20, 2005
The regular, recurrent, seasonal movement of populations from one location to another and back again.
Barnacle Geese fly over the Himalayan Mountains at over 29,000 feet!
3000 miles in 3 days!
“One of the 10 great birding spectacles in North America . . .” Roger Tory Peterson
Get to the breeding grounds at the same time as maximum food supply for young appears.
Black & White Warbler at nest.