Migrating Animals

By Gavin C. Lindsey W.

White storks, and Flying foxes

White storks- Because of Global changes White storks are nesting higher in the mountains of Poland.

Flying foxes- Because of climate changes Flying foxes that originated in Australia have migrated toward cooler conditions in the south.


  • Even flightless birds migrate, Emus walk and Penguins swim.
  • It takes two to three generations of Monarch Butterflies to get to Canada, or back to Mexico.
  • Humpback whales travel 8,047 kilometers for migration.
  • Salmon swim upstream to spawn where the were hatched.
  • Migration peaks normally in spring and fall, but birds are migrating 365 days a year.
  • during migration, birds often lose weight from their liver and intestines, because the aren't needed as much when you could be flying for days at a time.
  • Sea turtles have the ability to locate the beach where they were born.
  • Believe it or not, humans migrate too.The first Native Americans had to walk (migrate) here.
  • Emperor Penguins walk across 125 miles of ice each year where they birth their chicks.
  • They Arctic tern flys 30,000 kilometers from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back again each year.
  • Over one million wildebeest take part in a circular seasonal migration in east Africa.
  • Animals normally migrate in seeking of warmer weather.

Migrating Doves

When doves migrate through an area, the same dove species that is resident to that area intermingle with each other and mate. When the migrating dove move on they will lay they eggs that were fertilized by the resident dove with them to later be hatched where they are migrating to. The resident dove then lay their eggs and both populations grow over time.

When Animals migrate to another area the predators population grows, because of the huge grow in prey due to global warming.