As the fall season progresses, weekly migration stories will arrive from some of North America's most important refuges. Read each story and
look for clues:
What fall changes trigger these migrations?
Also see: Peregrine Falcon Fall Migration
It's time to dig in! Plant a Journey North Tulip Garden so you can proclaim the official
arrival of spring in your community. Students across North America will follow the wave of spring, 1999.
Collect clues about seasonal changes in your part of the world. Then
link up with a partner.
Using nature's clues, can you find your partner?
Unpave the Way
Help ensure that the annual migrations to and through your region
continue. Create your own refuge--on the breeding grounds, wintering grounds, or anywhere along the migration trail
and unpave the way for wildlife.
Put your habitat site on the map!
Send a Monarch
The 3rd Annual Symbolic Monarch Butterfly Migration is about to begin!
Students across the U.S. and Canada are invited to send symbolic butterflies to Mexico for the winter. Mexican
students will watch over them --and return them next spring as the real monarchs journey north.
Help Track the Monarch Migration to Mexico!
Send a Songbird
to the Neotropics
New this year!
Five billion birds will migrate south this fall. Most of them will be
young birds, just born this summer. Your class can send a symbolic baby bird--and its survival kit-- along with
them. Where do you suppose your songbird will spend the winter?