Antarctica - Arctic Tern vs. Wandering Albatross - Which is the Winner?

Submitted by Danny Catt on Wed, 2007/03/28 - 9:41am.
Arctic Tern - Long Distance Migrant

Arctic Tern - Long Distance Migrant

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British Columbia: Neotropical Migrants

Submitted by The Catt-Trax2 Team on Mon, 2007/01/15 - 10:18am.
Report prepared by students in BCIT’s Fish, Wildlife and Recreation program.

Neotropical migrants are birds which breed in British Columbia during the summer months, and when winter arrives, they fly down to Central and South America, Mexico or the Caribbean Islands. Migratory birds are important to British Columbia, as they maintain a healthy biorhythm throughout the province, as well as the entire continent. There are about 200 species of neotropical migrants, the majority being songbirds. They also include shorebirds, some raptors, and waterfowl.

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