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Why some songbirds make migratory pit-stops to replace worn and ragged feathers

By Matthew Reudink, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, Thompson Rivers University
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Moulting is one of the more energy intensive processes that influence bird migrations. With technological advances, it is possible to track and learn from the movements of Bullock's orioles.

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