Animal Migration

Challenge #24 in the Simple things that we love series. Hosted by Yochi23.
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Animal migration is the relatively long-distance movement of individuals, usually on a seasonal basis. It is a ubiquitous phenomenon, found in all major animal groups, including birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, insects, and crustaceans. The trigger for the migration may be local climate, local availability of food, the season of the year or for mating reasons] To be counted as a true migration, and not just a local dispersal or irruption, the movement of the animals should be an annual or seasonal occurrence, such as birds migrating south for the winter, or a major habitat change as part of their life, such as young Atlantic salmon leaving the river of their birth when they have reached a few inches in size. PLS SHOW US ONE OR GROUP OF ANIMALS VISITING YOUR COUNTRY AND DESCRIBE WHEN IT'S COMING AND WHERE FROM.
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Greater Sandhill Cranes
Iceland to Africa
BlueWing Blast-off!
traveling on the North
Monarch Butterfly
The Crane migration
Birdball at the Bosque
southbound
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Stopping from a Long Journey
Snow Geese Taking Flight  _IMG_3189
Snow Geese Flock - striaight on
from the night to the dawn
Sunset Swarm
Spring Migration
Wild Geese in the north sea
The Cranes resting in Hornborgarsjon, Sweden
The Sandhill Crane Migration
Flamboyance of flamingos heading to Africa
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Sprint On Water
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The ducklings during change of habitat from nest to sea
Crossing
Greater Flamingo (Phoenicopterus roseus)
searching for food
Canadian Geese
Nautilus nocturnal migration
pelicans (1 of 1)
Monarch on Liatris
Storks on passage
snow geese
late migration
Larnaca salt lake
Super Monarch takes on fuel
Cormorant on Lake Ontario, Canada
Brown headed Gul
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Pigeon Riot
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