Help for Migrating Birds

Each spring approximately 350 species of migratory birds travel between non-breeding grounds in Latin America, Mexico and the Caribbean and nesting habitats in North America.

Although birds are uniquely adapted to the incredible trials of migration, it can still take a toll on them.

Preparing your backyard for migrating birds is easy, and it’s so rewarding to spot songbirds or other long-distance travelers at your feeder or bird bath and taking shelter in the rest stop you’ve provided,” said David Mizejewski, naturalist for National Wildlife Federation.

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One Response to “Help for Migrating Birds”

  1. Syl Says:

    Good Article..we have lots of migrating birds in our area

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