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Where do birds go in the winter?

Here in Canada, winters are pretty cold
I would like to know where do birds go in winter?
do they hibernate? if so where??

I know a few (migratory birds) fly South, but what about the sparrows, finches, etc, etc

Anticipated thanks for your replies

Apis
11 years old

Why do animals and humans eat different foods?

Why is it that some foods for humans aren’t good for other mamals and animals?

Andrew Ford

How do octopuses swim, change colour and texture?

How do octopuses swim, change colour and texture?

alexandra reid

How fast do hummingbirds flap their wings?

How fast do hummingbirds flap their wings?

becky

Why is a killer whale called a killer whale when its actually a member of the dolphin family?

Why is a killer whale called a killer whale when its actually a member of the dolphin family?

Zazza

What is cephalization and do jellyfish exhibit it?

What is cephalization and do jellyfish exhibit it?

Could indians have reported seeing and hunting mammoths?

I recently read a book, Jubal Sackett, by Louis L’amour. It was a very good book, but getting to the point, Jubal Sacket supposebly came across a wolly mammoth, or some form of that. This book was based in during the Jamestown era., or around the late 1600’s-early 1700’s. Although the book isnt based upon a true story, according to Louis L’amour in the back of the book, some indians reported seeing and hunting animals of a mammoths status. I was interested in wether or not this could be true because all the information I have found so far says they became exticnt in North America by 6000 BC. That was in Alaska too. I am just looking for some thoughts or facts on this. Thanks.

Jack