This Wonder Bird Flies Thousands of Miles, Non-Stop, as Part of an Epic Migration

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Takeaways:

  • The Hudsonian godwits are one of the 70 species of birds that participate in epic migrations every year.
  • These birds lay their eggs in the spring in Beluga, Alaska, then in the summer they fly to Saskatchewan then continue through the Americans to the northern Amazon, which is a 4000 mile trip. Then they fly to Argentina, continue to the Andes and finish they journey Chiloé Island, on the fecund Gulf of Ancud.
  • On their return back from Chile to Alaska, they travel 6000 miles with the goal of having an endless summer.

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