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  • Why some songbirds make migratory pit-stops to replace worn and ragged feathers

    11 days ago - By CG Compass

    A male Bullock's oriole alights from a branch in Kamloops, B.C. Within a month, he will head south to moult.
    As we pass the spring equinox, lengthening days promise the return of warmth and with it, the return of migratory songbirds. In Canada, we welcome back our songbirds, relishing the profusion of song and colour that once again fill wild places. We revel in their company until summer ends and once again they leave for warmer lands.
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