Friday, May 27, 2016

Fact of the Day: Falcon Migration

Since there are many species of falcons, they often can be quite different. Falcons often migrate, but some do not. Typically if they live in a region with warm winters and lots of food they don't migrate as there isn't a reason to leave. 

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  1. No need to leave if you have everything you need.

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  2. Makes sense, why leave when you have everything you need

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  3. Surprisingly, we see a few falcons around where we live...usually around fall. Pretty cool, eh? :D I wish I can use them to send messages too...just saying....

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  4. Warm winters? Well, that would explain why I don't see many falcons.
    Don't see a lot of Falcons on the highway, either. Because Ford.

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  5. Warm winters? Well, that would explain why I don't see many falcons.
    Don't see a lot of Falcons on the highway, either. Because Ford.

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  6. Trying to get caught up reading blogs. Another interesting fact.

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  7. Sounds great!
    Have a nice week-end!
    Gil Zetbase
    http://gilzetbase.com/

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  8. No falcons over here in Hawaii.

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