Canada geese spend winter months in the southern regions of North America. This includes Mexico and the southern United States. The southernmost limit of their migration is creeping northward as the climate warms. More »

The peak time for Canadian geese migration is fall, during the months of September and October when the birds typically relocate from northern regions of North America, such as Canada and the northern half of the United ... More »

Snow geese make long flights north from South America and the United States in the spring and summer for breeding and nesting. Then, in the autumn, they fly south of their arctic breeding and nesting grounds to the Unite... More »

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Birds that migrate south include Canada geese, Baltimore orioles, indigo buntings, cliff swallows and sandhill cranes. Canada geese are famous for their V-shaped formations as they fly south for the winter from the north... More »

Although both hummingbirds and Canadian geese migrate south for the winter, hummingbirds do not ride on the geese when traveling. The two species migrate at different times and to different locations, so traveling togeth... More »

Goldfinches migrate from the northern United States and parts of Canada to the southern parts of the U.S. during the late fall and early spring months. They are occasionally spotted as far south as Mexico. More »

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The peak time for Canadian geese migration is fall, during the months of September and October when the birds typically relocate from northern regions of North America, such as Canada and the northern half of the United ... More »