You travel to school, activities, relatives, stores, vacations. Young birds travel too! Some teenage birds travel thousands of miles during fall and spring in a process called migration. Here’s a game matching birds with their migration and food habits. There’s also a coloring page of a broad-winged hawk, a fun bird to watch migrating through Pennsylvania.

Want to learn more about migration? Check out the interactive maps at Explorer.Audubon.org. You’ll be impressed by birds’ heroic journeys!

Can you color the broad-winged hawk to match the one in the photo below it? Click on the green button below to download the coloring page to print. Mac users, drag the image to your desktop to print.

SEND US YOUR ARTWORK at pabirdtown@gmail.com so we can feature it on our website!

Christine Du Bois – Buxbaum, Ph.D., Lansdowne Bird Town Coordinator of the Lansdowne Bird Town