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Topic in Depth - Bird Migration

The songs of spring are in the air when migrating birds grace the skies, making regular seasonal journeys in response to alterations in weather, habitat, and food availability. The following websites cover various aspects of the amazing and ancient phenomenon of bird migration.
Migration of Birds
Hosted by the U.S. Geological Survey Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, this site is an online publication from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on...
Migration Ecology
This site from the University of Lund, Sweden, introduces various research studies in the field of Migration Ecology including research information on...
Canadian Migration Monitoring...
This site presents the Canadian Migration Monitoring Network, a standardized effort involving multiple stations in southern Canada and the northern United...
Bald Eagle
Journey North hosts this site, which tracks migrating bald eagles through the spring of 2004, providing migration updates, information about tracking bald...
Crane Cam: Live Streaming Video...
A National Geographic feature, Crane Cam provides multimedia shows, a photo gallery, map, and viewings from a live remote camera at Audubon's Rowe Sanctuary. ...
North American Migration Flyways
This site from birdnature.com is a webpage describing the migratory bird Flyway Systems of North America accompanied by clearly labeled maps. The flyways...



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As a moving ball shoves air aside, it transfers kinetic energy to the air. Since acceleration = force/mass, the ball must decelerate. That means the ball can't travel as far in the limited time available before gravity pulls it back to Earth.


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