பார்ன் ஸ்வாலோ பறவையிடம் நாம் கற்றுக்கொள்ள வேண்டிய பாடங்கள்
Barn Swallow is a small Bird which travels 8,300km from Argentina to California for the reproduction needs, It flies above the pacific ocean, It starts during February month and reaches California by the end of March.
What does it do for taking rest and food when it flies over the Pacific Ocean, It carries a small stick in its beak where ever it feels it needs to take rest it flies very low, drops the stick and rests on it and eats the small fish that is available in the ocean.
When a bird can travel with a small stick that too for 16,600 km (back and forth) We humans have hands, legs and the sixth sense, Can't we achieve great things in life.
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Actually it is barn swallow bird. It travels from California to Argentina ie North America to South America around 9000 km too-fro 18000 km . Barn swallows are aerial insectivores it eats insects in air while flying . With capability of flying 600 miles in straight and it takes rest flying through soaring . Some points where added by the speaker for motivational factor . But it is a amazing bird .
I think its not a true information. Even though these are Long -distant migrate birds. Yet not by seaway, but by Land to spend their winter on the south Argentina. Barn swallows are aerial insectivores — they catch and eat insects in the air and its physical design are not for continuous travelling but for fly faster. And i hope most of the colorful birds are easily blend with the forest nature. So,they never prefer Seaside/ - Allahu Alim.
How Birds Know the Time & Why Barn Swallows Stick to the Schedule
Depending on where you live, you might be getting ready to “fall back” this weekend – that is, setting your clock back an hour to mark the start of Daylight Savings Time.
Yay for an extra hour of sleep! Lucky for us humans we have alarm clocks to keep us on track, but that’s not the case in the animal kingdom. Have you ever seen a time-telling turtle?! We sure haven’t!
Keeping track of time is really important for lots of animals, especially the ones that migrate, since they cover a lot of distance at certain times of the year and always have to keep on schedule!
Some of the most impressive long distance migrators are Monarch butterflies , which travel 4,000 km and humpback whales , which travel over 9,800 km.
There are over 4,000 bird species in North America that move south in the fall and return north in the spring. That’s over 5 billion birds on the go heading in the same direction, and most of them at the same time, creating some very crowded skies!
Without an alarm clock to remind them, how can all these birds tell when it’s time to migrate? Most migratory birds use the length of the day, the availability of food and their hormones to tell them what time of year it is. Thanks to these internal alarm clocks North American birds know when it is the fall and time to head south to their wintering grounds and when it is spring and time to migrate north to their breeding grounds.
Barn swallows are one of the migratory songbirds that know when it is time to get moving by the length of the day, what food is around and their hormones. As the weather begins to warm up and the days get longer with the onset of spring, barn swallows and other North American songbird species use these cues or signals to tell them it is time to head north to breed. Special hormones or chemicals in their bodies also tell the birds that it is time to migrate by preparing the birds to mate. As winter ends and spring approaches most barn swallows start their migration journey north, leaving their wintering grounds in South and Central America in February and arriving at their summer breeding grounds by late April to early May. That’s three months on the road or … sky, a long migration for a small bird to make. For lots of birds, including barn swallows, they make this trip so they can have and raise their young in a relatively safe place; talk about dedicated parents!
For songbirds like the barn swallow, North America is the perfect nursery for their young. There are tons of insects to feed them and there are less threats to their nests when compared to more southern tropical climates. The breeding season only lasts three and a half months, so by August it’s time to pack up and head out again, arriving back in South and Central America in November.
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