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Australian birds can detect rain 100s of miles away
Winona Daily News (Winona, MN) Translate This Article
1 November 2017
On 1 November 2017 Winona Daily News (Winona, MN) reported:
How can a bird know that it has rained 100 or maybe even 600 miles away? Somehow the banded stilt -- a long-legged, long-beaked Australian shore bird -- knows when it rains inland and desert salt lakes are flooded. That's important to the birds' survival because they flock to these flooded lakes by the hundreds to lay their eggs. Another odd thing is that the lakes only flood every 10 to 20 years.
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