How Do Birds Stay Warm During Winter?

migratory birds

Birds are one of the most beautiful creations of nature. Birds fly easily because they have hollow bones and there are many intelligent bird species to use tools. Let me tell you some of the facts about birds, firstly, Chicken is the most common species of bird found in the world, Secondly, Hummingbirds can fly backwards, Surprised!, thirdly, the smallest bird species in the world is Bee Hummingbird with a length of 5 cm (2 in). Last but not least, around 20% of the bird species migrate longs distances every year in search of food and nector.

Many species of birds fly south in the winter season, however, there are many species that don’t fly towards south such as woodpeckers, cardinals, and chickadees, So the next question arises, How Do Birds Stay Warm During Winter?, Birds easily find warm places in winter season, they find shelter in tree cavities, upturned roots and tree stumps. People have also seen birds in the abandoned cars, garages and many other places.

Now, you must be thinking Why they dont migrate as other birds do in the winter season, the birds who dont migrate they are well trained by nature to overcome the harsh weather. During the winter days, bird species are mostly in the run for food and in the night time, they need shelter.

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