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. 

12 comments:

Paulina Mo, lilbitsofchic.com said...

Cool fact!

~Pau
www.lilbitsofchic.com

Martha said...

No need to leave if you have everything you need.

Pat Hatt said...

Makes sense, why leave when you have everything you need

Emmylou said...

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....

Al Penwasser said...

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.

Al Penwasser said...

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.

happyone said...

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

Unknown said...

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

Mary Kirkland said...

They are beautiful birds.

Kay said...

No falcons over here in Hawaii.

Christine said...

interesting.

Caro * said...

Very interesting :)