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Studying fall bird migration

September 9, 2012
Scott Shalaway , Parkersburg News and Sentinel

The fall bird migration actually begins in July. Along East Coast beaches, shorebirds that nested in the Arctic begin showing up along coastlines in mid-July. August Arctic snowstorms happen, so Arctic migrants fledge their young as quickly as possible to get an early start south.



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