The long and winding migration

Sep 23rd, 2012 | By | Category: Birding, Wildlife

Fall migration in Connecticut is not a straightforward matter.

How can it be when birds fly west in order to travel south, then sometimes turn north before correcting their heading.

It’s all got to do with the map. The East Coast of North America runs north-south for the most part with one exception. The coast of Connecticut and that annoying obstruction to its south, Long Island run east-west.

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