Saturday, August 31, 2013

How whooping crane youngsters learn from their elders

That is the implication of a new study exploring the migration patterns of these majestic but endangered birds.
Such studies are important, researchers say, not only in shedding light on how large groups of animals migrate over long distances generally. Successful migration trips also help determine a species' breeding success, since the migrations take place between summer breeding grounds and winter locations where the animals can find food.

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