Behavioral Adaptation Migration
Migration is a seasonal movement from one place to another that animals make. Migration ensures survival because animals use this ability to move away from any bad weather coming its way. Animals may need to find food that they may need but can't find where they are at so they might have to migrate. They may also migrate for reproduction because the animals might need to be in warm or cold climates to do so. A example of migration would be an African Elephant that migrates in wet or dry seasons in order to find its food.
Eastern Red Bat
The eastern red bats are migrating to warmer region.
Arctic terns migrate to the Antarctic coast for reproduction.
Canada Goose migrate to a warmer climate where there is more food.
Hibernation is the state of being inactive during the cold for a long period of time and reduces organisms metabolism. It ensures survival because if there isn't enough food then the organism won't stave because of it. It also helps the organisms save up their energy that they have left. An example would be a Black bear hibernating during the winter.