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Fall may mean migration, but one bird’s north is just another bird’s south.
October 6, 2015 | Audubon | Published News | Ashley P. Taylor

Dark-eyed Junco

Photo: Melinda Fawver/Great Backyard Bird Count

Sad some of your favorite birds are going south for the winter? Don’t worry—others are coming to take their places. As birds that breed in the lower 48 states head to Central and South America, those from the boreal forests of Canada and Alaska are also heading south in search of warmer climes. One study found that in California’s Central Valley, there are just as many different bird species around in the winter as in the summer.


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