Posted January 05, 2019 11:06:22 The best time of year to see wild birds is during the autumn migration, which starts in the spring.
But if you’re in North America, you might want to plan ahead.
Here’s what you should know about autumn migration and birdwatching.
October 1 – Fall migration When will autumn migration start?
The migration is the most popular birdwatching event in North and Central America, with hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.
In September, a small group of birds will fly through the sky in the eastern United States, from Florida to California.
The flight is called the “fall migration” because the birds start to return to their breeding grounds by the middle of October.
They will return to the area again on October 23, and they will stay in this area until the spring migration.
This is the period when the population of common red-cockaded gulls is the highest.
In the fall, gulls migrate to higher altitudes and take longer trips, sometimes to as many as three months, depending on the weather.
November 4 – Spring migration The spring migration is one of the most important birdwatching events of the year.
During the spring, the birds that have not seen the sun for years can finally see the sun.
Birds will take turns flying in the sky during the afternoon and early evening, then return to land.
This will be their second spring migration in a row.
The birds that are the most experienced at flying in mid-air will be the first to fly in the air.
It is recommended to arrive at the site before dusk and take a picture or two.
There are many places to go during the spring flight.
For example, many birdwatching camps are located in the area.
It may also be useful to rent a drone, which is a small aircraft with a camera attached that can be used for photo shoots.
For more information, visit our winter birdwatching site.
February 1 – Winter migration After the spring migrations, birds will begin migrating south, starting in late March.
It can take up to four weeks to reach the southern tip of California.
During this time, the migratory birds are mostly resting, so there is less opportunity for them to feed, get food, and foraging.
Birds in the fall can also be spotted on the water, which they may choose to spend some time swimming, diving, or flying.
March 4 – Fall migrations When will the fall migration start, and when will it be over?
The fall migration is when the birds begin their migrations from California to Oregon.
At this time they may be flying for several days and are less active.
They may fly in large groups of several hundred birds.
At the end of the fall flight, birds begin to fly back north to the breeding grounds.
April 4 – Winter flight This is when birds begin returning to the same breeding grounds that they started in the summer.
This flight can last up to two weeks.
This period is also when the migrations begin to change, with birds migrating farther south and staying in the same areas for longer periods.
It will take up the rest of the spring and summer for the birds to return.
May 8 – Spring flight This time of the season is also the time when the first winter migration begins.
This time, it is the birds first time to fly.
They can start flying in their original breeding grounds in Oregon and California.
May 25 – Summer migration After flying in summer, birds that do not have any winter flight experience start to fly again.
This migration can take as long as a month to complete, depending how far south they have to travel.
Birds start migrating in mid June and continue until the end and end of July.
August 16 – Spring and fall migration Birds start flying again in the mid- to late-summer, which means they will begin flying again the week of August 16.
Birds are usually migrating north and south through the summer months.
September 8 – Fall and winter migration Birds begin migrating north again, flying south through August and September.
Birds that have had no winter flight experiences start to migrate in September, with the most northerly birds arriving in the Midwest and northern parts of the U.S. October 11 – Fall flight This period of the migration will be very different from what you saw in the beginning of the month.
This year, the flight may be shorter, with only one flight per day.
The number of birds that can fly in one flight is usually smaller than what you see in the winter months.
October 18 – Winter and spring migration Birds return to where they started the previous year, flying north in November and December.
This brings them back to their original areas in the southern United States and Canada.
November 7 – Spring, fall and fall migrations Birds begin flying south again in November, with all of the birds flying in northern areas of North America.
November 16 – Summer