Migratory Bird

Migratory Bird

 

a bird that makes rather long annual flights from its nesting grounds to wintering grounds and back again. Nomadic birds winter in an ecologically favorable region that is close to their nesting grounds. Some birds live in the same habitat year-round. The majority of birds in the USSR are migratory.

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Now, if the cuckoo was obliged to sit on her own eggs, she would either have to sit on all together, and therefore leave those first laid so long, that they probably would become addled; or she would have to hatch separately each egg, or two eggs, as soon as laid: but as the cuckoo stays a shorter time in this country than any other migratory bird, she certainly would not have time enough for the successive hatchings.
Migratory bird species usually halt in Middle East countries such as Qatar during their flight from the colder regions of the world on their long journey from Europe to Africa.
International Migratory Bird Day was marked by The Sharjah Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA) with great fervour.
For World Migratory Bird Day, Borja Heredia of the Convention on Migratory Species tells DW why countries should collaborate to protect the world's feathered travelers.
KUWAIT, May 9 (KUNA) -- The World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD), that falls on May 10, is an annual awareness-raising campaign that highlights the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats.
Campaigns are underway to mark World Migratory Bird Day, which is observed every year on May 10 under the theme Their Future is Our Future, highlighting the interdependence of people and migratory animals.
The Migratory Bird Treaty Act, which was first enacted in 1916, was an early agreement between the U.
However, both men agree that waterfowl and other migratory birds should not take a back seat, not when the agency is legally obligated to manage them under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.
For the first time in the sultanate, the Environment Society of Oman (ESO) observed the World Migratory Bird Day 2013 under the global theme 'Networking for migratory birds' in a twoA[degrees]day event in Muscat.
Indeed, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, signed in 1916 by the United States and Britain (Canada), was only the second piece of legislation in the United States to protect environmental features.
The 2007 Nunatsiavut Inuit Migratory Bird Harvest Study found that the harvest of migratory birds by Nunatsiavut (Labrador) communities represents an important component of their overall subsistence harvest.