In the United States, bird migration occurs during the spring and fall months when the birds flock south to get away from cold fronts and harsh winter storms. But, in Canada, 22 percent of Canadian bird species spend the whole year in the country while 75 percent flock elsewhere at least half the year. This usually happens when the plentiful food and warm weather of the Canadian summer ends and they want to leave warm climates.
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