• Question: why do birds fly south in the winter ?

    Asked by emilystern_x to Sylvia on 13 Mar 2019.
    • Photo: Sylvia Soldatou

      Sylvia Soldatou answered on 13 Mar 2019:


      The birds that do fly south in the winter are the ones that need to live in warmer places, so when it’s winter here they travel South. That is connect with their food too. Those types of birds might to go South because they won’t be able to find food if they stay at cold climates

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