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Name: Trevor R
Status: student
Age: 10
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Date: 2001294


Question:
Where can I find a migration path map for Canada Geese and other birds?


Replies:
This page has general flyway maps:

http://www.birdnature.com/flyways.html

You can search on this site for any species and find a range map along with a lot of other information. This does NOT include specific migration routes:

http://www.birdzilla.com/sub.asp?strType=omnibus_intro&strTitle=Birdzilla:+ Wild+Bird+Omnibus

This page has many links about migration and other bird topics:

http://aves.net/the-owl/blnksvey.htm

This page has links about migration research:

http://www.mbr.nbs.gov/

Search on google.com for "bird migration" and you will find many other sites. National Geographic has published some nice paper maps of bird migration routes.

J. Elliott


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