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Why do birds migrate? Ask the man who’s followed them.

No matter where you are on earth, unless you’re near the poles, countless migrating birds have been passing overhead this spring. Kenn Kaufman, author of birding guides, uncovers the mysteries of this extraordinary phenomenon in his latest book, A Season on the Wind: Inside the World of Spring Migration. He spoke with The Christian Science Monitor recently. 

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