After Hurricane Sandy: What birds can tell us

Nov 14th, 2012 | By | Category: General

Sandy arrived at the end of migration season, affecting birds and habitats all along the Atlantic flyway — the coastal route used by birds heading from as far north as the Arctic to as far south as Patagonia and back each year. Fortunately, most of the migrants had already left Connecticut. Some, like the siskins, remained to face the storm with us.

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