Celebrated on October 13th

World Migratory Bird Day

+ World Migratory Bird Day

Challenge #1

Can you draw lots birds flying together?

Did you know: During the winter, birds migrate south, and in the spring they return to the north where the weather has changed from cold to warm. The warmer weather in the spring means there will now be enough food for the birds.

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Challenge #2

Can you draw crows on a telephone pole with snow on it?

Did you know: Not all birds migrate. There are some species that manage to survive winter while staying in the Northern Hemisphere. Typically, familiar species such pigeons, crows, ravens and blackbirds stay put all year round.

Source: fatherly.com

Challenge #3

Can you draw a flock of migrating hummingbirds?

Did you know: Hummingbirds are the smallest migrating bird With an average weight of 1/8 of an ounce, Hummingbirds are the smallest migrating bird. They can travel as fast as 30 mph (48 kph) when migrating. Their migratory path takes them across the Gulf of Mexico twice a year. They fly this nonstop, which can be as far as 600 miles. That’s a long journey for such a small bird!

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