Line bird

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To underscore birds every one counts in the summer in an area native bird species that especially in winter their breeding area leave, but make no walks to the south, such as migratory birds , but remain in the same latitudes. When it is cold in winter, they often change the “region” and look for somewhat warmer regions, such as mildly temperate areas or human settlements. The line birds in Europe include, for example, finches , the golden hammer or the long-moving griffon vulture .

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