Fly with More Than 450 Bird Species on Their Annual Migrations with Audubon’s New Interactive Maps

All images courtesy of Bird Migration Explorer

What route does the whooping crane follow as it travels south each year? What about the long-winged turkey vulture? A new interactive guide from Audubon tracks the journeys of more than 450 species as they travel around the hemisphere. Complete with the conservation organization’s signature illustrations, the Bird Migration Explorer features digital maps that offer detailed insight into such grand-scale avian movement and are searchable by different taxonomies. Follow a tundra swan’s annual flight path from the arctic, see where the organization spots tagged merlins, and explore the difficulties a horned lark faces as it encounters human activity and climate crisis-related changes on its treks. (via Alastair Humphreys)

 

Fly with More Than 450 Bird Species on Their Annual Migrations with Audubon’s New Interactive Maps

Fly with More Than 450 Bird Species on Their Annual Migrations with Audubon’s New Interactive Maps

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