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Bird Migrations
Tuesday, October 16th @ 6:00pm
Street Audubon Nature Center, Winter Haven

Learn how birds cope with the long flights associated with migration as well as what triggers them to embark in such journeys. This presentation includes videos and images of various migratory species and discusses some of the effects caused by human disruption as well as climate change. Migration is an important natural event that ensure population survival. While weather influence migration, is the lack of food what really causes the migration process.


 





 
Ducks are among the most notorius migrants, due to their flock sizes and wintering habits in the southern United States.

The Swallow-tailed Kite flies more than 6,000 miles each year in its migration flight to and back from South America.



115 Lameraux Road ∙ Winter Haven, Florida 33884 (863) 324-7304