November birds in North America


This video from the USA is called New Jersey Birds, November 2011, in HD.

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:

November Offers Plenty of Birds. Here’s Where to Look

For much of North America, the rush of confusing fall warblers has passed—but there’s still plenty of great bird watching to be done in November. Chances are, a weedy field near you is hosting throngs of beautiful sparrows; ponds are coming alive with migrating waterfowl; mudflats are like magnets for shorebirds; and raptors are passing overhead. Check out our full set of fall tips.

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