Thousands Of Adorable Songbirds Will Be Making Their Way Through Virginia This Spring

Spring in Virginia is the season of transition. Not only are we moving away from the shorter, darker days of winter, but we’re also welcoming some new creatures into our backyards. From tiny peeper frogs to hummingbirds, butterflies, and even cicadas, Virginia experiences many seasonal migrations. Add to that list the beautiful songbird known as the neotropical warbler. While many of these traveling birds prefer to migrate at night, they do make their presence known throughout the day with beautiful songs. Here’s how you can prepare for this special migration that’s already begun here in Virginia.

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Have you spotted any migrating songbirds in your backyard or in other places around Virginia? We’d love to hear from you! For helpful information about aiding the bird migration and what you can do in your own backyard to help, be sure to visit the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s guide by clicking here.

For more beautiful signs of spring here in Virginia, be sure to take a look at this virtual tour of 1.5 million tulips growing at Burnside Farms.

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