Migration

Short to medium-distance migrant. Birds the breed inland throughout Canada and Alaska generally seek milder winters, when those currently along the coastlines of Alaska, the great Lakes, and brand-new England remain adjacent or relocate out come sea. Immature birds, also in seaside areas, head south, through younger birds migrating farther.




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