September 23, 2020
The cold front last week was a nice reprieve from the hot temperatures and haze of late summer. But it was also a good reminder that some of our feathered friends will be heading south soon. This is a good time to make sure we are doing what we can to make their migration trip safe and successful.
“Shorter days and cooler temperatures spur fall migration in migratory birds,” said Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Avian Conservation Biologist Allison Begley. “This can be a hard time for birds, but there are ways that we can help improve their chances of making it safely to their winter ho...