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Possible Cause for Bizarre Bird Migrations

Drought May Be Cause of Bizarre Bird Migrations

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Endangered whooping cranes flew 2,500 miles from Canada to Texas, where they usually spend the whole winter. Instead, they pecked around for a short time and flew back. Scientists believe it may be because of the stubborn drought in Texas.

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3:22PM PDT on Mar 11, 2013

Interesting!!!!

12:55AM PST on Feb 27, 2013

Thanks for the info

7:21AM PST on Feb 26, 2013

I noticed that the Canadian geese are flying north early this year too

1:10AM PST on Feb 26, 2013

Interesting, --- hope they survive (that's a lot of miles) --- thanks!

1:54PM PST on Jan 30, 2013

You know, the weather is weird this year. Buds ready to burst forth on trees in mid-December, numerous robins remaining all winter, geese flying south and then turning around and coming back again. The environment is changing, and not for the better.

7:00AM PST on Jan 28, 2013

Interesting thanks.

5:46AM PST on Jan 26, 2013

Noted.....

3:01AM PDT on Sep 26, 2012

Thanks

1:22AM PDT on Jun 26, 2012

Thank you for the post

12:55PM PDT on Jun 25, 2012

Thanks for the info.

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