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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Most of the world’s species of geese migrate every year in search of warmer weather by following well-defined migratory routes known as migration corridors, with snow geese migrating over 5,000 miles at speeds of 50 mile... More »

Arctic cottongrass is eaten by migrating snow geese, caribou calves and humans. The Inuit preserved its stems in seal oil, used it in stone lamps and ate it raw, saving the downy heads to use as stuffing for pillows. Cot... More »

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Most of the world’s species of geese migrate every year in search of warmer weather by following well-defined migratory routes known as migration corridors, with snow geese migrating over 5,000 miles at speeds of 50 mile... More »

Sparrows live in North America and South America, residing in man made structures, such as bridges, porch lights, gutters and provided nesting boxes. Sparrows survive best in cities and towns where secure nesting spots a... More »

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Most sandhill cranes raise their young in northern pats of North America in the spring and summer, before migrating south for the winter. The exceptions are three small subspecies that live in Mississippi, Florida and Cu... More »

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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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