When weather seasons change, plants are not the only ones that are affected. Look around and listen carefully during the winter, and you will notice that the ruby-throated hummingbird is not singing anymore.
This and so many species of birds migrate for long distances to places like Africa, Europe, Asia and South America.
You can call it traveling, but it’s a bit different from what a human might do. For a number of reasons, they choose to return to the same places during their migration cycles. And these may include, but are not limited to, breeding and feeding grounds.
If you’re living in Massachusetts and wondering where the morning bird songs are, it’s about time, get your binoculars on the patio, because believe it or not, Spring is coming, and the birds are starting to settle into their habitats. Bird watchers enjoy watching birds migrate and also when they return after their long journey. It’s a beautiful sight.
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