Nature Takes Its Southerly Course

A TAU-sponsored project assures an easy migration for birds

A TAU-sponsored organization, the International Center for the Study of Bird Migration in Latrun, is easing the difficult migration of over 500 species of birds on their journeys from Europe and the Middle East to Africa. Because Israel is situated at the junction of these three continents, half a billion birds pass annually through the region on the way to their winter homes.
 
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Read Ilana Teitelbaum’s article on the “Essence of Life” Web site:

http://www.eolife.org/article.php?aid=97228891f7383fb4fafb5db6b83e4686

 

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