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The Most Difficult Bird Migration

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One may say that distance is the only factor that affects bird migration. If we look closer, that’s clearly wrong.

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Bar-tailed godwit Report Abuse
They fly from Alaska to New Zealand. Obviously, there’s no stop.
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Sooty shearwaters Report Abuse
It is believed that they fly more than 60,000 annually.
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Arctic Tern Report Abuse
They need to fly a long distance dealing with various temperatures along the way.
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Pied Wheatear Report Abuse
These small birds eat many insects before starting their 18,000 flight from Europe to China.
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Barn swallow Report Abuse
They need to fly over the Mediterranean Sea to reach their destination. Many die on the way.
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Quail Report Abuse
They actually combine aerial and terrestrial pathways.
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Cuckoo Report Abuse
Cuckoos migrate during the night.
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