Photo: Curtis Smalling
Many of the intricacies of bird migration remain a mystery. We do know that migrating birds may follow a different track in fall migration than they do in spring. We know that birds are creatures of habit and may choose to land in the very same stopover location, often a single tree, year after year. Radar and minute tracking devices have revealed these details and more. Here in North Carolina, we are using that data to focus our conservation efforts.
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