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  2. WHY DO BIRDS MIGRATE? • Bird migration is the regular seasonal journey undertaken by many species of birds. • Bird movements include those made in response to changes in food availability, habitat or weather. • Approximately 1800 of the world's 10,000 bird species are long-distance migrants.


  4. ARCTIC TERN • The Arctic Tern is a sea bird. • The species is strongly migratory, seeing two summers each year as it migrates from the north along a winding route to the oceans around Antarctica and back, a round trip of about 70,900 km each year. • This is by far the longest regular migration by any known animal.


  6. BAR-TAILED GODWIT • The Bar-tailed Godwit is a large wader, from the Arctic coasts and Tundra and winters on coasts in temperate and tropical regions. • It makes the longest known non-stop flight of any birdwithout pausing to feed by any animal, 11,680 km along a route from Alaska to New Zealand.

  7. MIGRATORY BIRDS IN INDIA • India plays host to a number of migratory birds in summers as well as in winters. • It is estimated that over hundred species of migratory birds come to India in search of feeding grounds or to escape the severe winter of their native habitat. • The numerous wildlife sanctuaries set up in the country serve as their temporary habitat.

  8. MIGRATORY BIRDS OF WINTERS • SIBERIAN CRANE • Among the cranes, they make the longest distance migrations. • They winter in India south to Nagpur and east to Bihar.

  9. GREATER FLAMINGO • Greater Flamingo is the state bird of Gujarat, India. • Some populations are short distance migrants. • They take shelter in Pakistan and India.

  10. NORTHERN PINTAIL • The Northern Pintail has been called the "nomads of the skies." due to their wide-ranging migrations. • It is strongly migratory and winters in Northern Africa and South Asia.

  11. ROSY PELICAN • Pelicans are large birds with large pouched bills. • The bird can be branded as partly resident and partly a winter visitor. • It is found all over northern India from Punjab to Assam.

  12. MIGRATORY BIRDS OF SUMMERS • ASIAN KOEL • Some species of cuckoo undertake regular seasonal migration.

  13. BLACK CROWNED NIGHT HERON • It is a medium-sized heron found throughout a large part of the world, except in the coldest regions. • This heron is migratory and winters in tropical Africa and southern Asia.

  14. COMB DUCK • Comb Duck are large sized ducks. • They are mainly found in the Northern parts of India especially in the state of Haryana. It can also be spotted in the Sultanpur, Manas and Corbett national parks.

  15. WORLD MIGRATORY BIRD DAY • World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) was initiated in 2006 and is a global awareness-raising campaign highlighting the need for the protection of migratory birds and their habitats. On the second weekend each May, people around the world take action and organise public events such as bird festivals, education programmes and bird watching excursions to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day and to help raise awareness.