Subject: Do blackbirds migrate NORTH in the fall?
Date: Sat Oct 14 10:35:44 2000
Posted by John Cannon
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: U. of MD
City: Front Royal State/Province: VA
Area of science: Zoology
We live in the Shenandoah Valley of VA, west of the Blue Ridge. Recently,
thousands of blackbirds (grackles, cowbirds, redwings) have been migrating
NORTH at dusk. Are they following the river which flows north until it
meets the Potomac and then flows SE, or is there some kind of weird
northward migration going on? Thank you.
Re: Do blackbirds migrate NORTH in the fall?
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