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Saturday, September 15, 2007

Godwit Migration 

A female godwit was recently tracked using satellite tags and found to fly 7,145 miles (11,500 kilometers) nonstop from Alaska to New Zealand. Biologists say it is the longest nonstop bird migration ever to have been recorded. more

Each September, around 70,000 godwits make the migration from their Alaska breeding grounds to New Zealand, then they fly back the following March.

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