Posts Tagged ‘migration’

The arrival of fall is always an exciting time of year for the garden staff at Winterthur. Cooler weather cues fall planting, deadheading, and weeding which really means one thing: prep for the winter ahead. This is no different for migrating birds making their way through flyways heading to their overwintering locations. Did you know […]

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Linda Rossell Bailey, Natural Lands Technician, notes the following observation: Although Winterthur is well-known for its Garden and Museum collections, the property also quietly hosts a variety of wildlife species- especially birds.  Some are here year round, some travel from the tropics to breed here in the summer, and others come to escape the frosty, […]

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