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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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Canadian geese travel in V-formations and can cover a distance of 1,500 miles in 24 hours with optimal winds. Canadian geese are noisy. They start to make peeping noises from within their eggs and develop 13 different ca... More »

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Most robins migrate south during the winter, while some stay behind and live in colder temperatures. While the south is warmer during the winter, it is the search for food that causes a robin to migrate. More »

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Most hummingbirds in America and Canada spend the winter in Mexico or South America before migrating to their breeding ground in southern U.S. as early as February or the first week of March. Some South American hummingb... More »

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Yellow finches, or American goldfinches, migrate south in the winter and follow a pattern where January temperatures are not colder than 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Research conducted by the Cornell Laboratory of Birds indicat... More »

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