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Animal Migration

They'll be back.

Birds do it!

Birds and Migration
How and Why They Do It.

Migration in The Delaware Estuary
Track the migration of birds near the Chesapeake Bay.

Insects do it!

Monarch Watch
Perhaps the most fascinating migration pattern is that of the Monarch Butterfly.

Insect Migration
Other insect migration patterns are considered.

Whales do it!

WhaleNet
Satellite Tagging Observation Program.

Humpback Whale Migration
Right Whale Migration
The endangered humpback and right whales depend on migration for survival.

Animals migrate!

Journey North
The most comprehensive animal migration resource on the web explores the migration of many animal species.

Migration Through Texas
Students at Rice Middle School share their observations about animal migration in their home state.


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