Where Do Birds Go When It Rains?

And How to Help Birds Survive

Photo by Possessed Photography on Unsplash

Seabirds — some of the larger seabirds can ride out a storm at sea. But most of the smaller ones seek shelter on land. If you observe seabirds along the coast that typically fly far from land, it can signal an approaching storm beyond the horizon. Gulls and pelicans can fly out of the storm’s path. Their flight or absence can also warn of an advancing storm front.



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Giulietta Passarelli

Author/Poet/Writer of middle gr. novels, short stories, poems, for adults, YA, the ageless: https://www.gpassarelli.com; updates website every 1st of the month.