Recent Examples of flyway from the Web
Another clue is that the county sits on a major migratory flyway for 17 bird species, including sand hill cranes and mallards.
South Jersey, and the Cape May peninsula in particular, is considered among the premier flyways in North America to observe and track bird migration.
The city website's Bird City page says South Milwaukee is part of an important migratory flyway, which provides nesting habitat for many bird species in Grant Park, the Mill Pond and Oak Creek Parkway to name a few.
But a sleek vertical surface reflects away the echoes, fooling bats into recognizing it as an open flyway.
Some eagles don’t even leave the state in the winter for the warmer climates of the Gulf Coast region and the southern Mississippi River flyway.
Between pro-vitamin B5, keratin proteins, as well as shea butter, olive oil, mirabelle plum oil and a blend of watermelon, lychee and edelweiss flower extracts, flyways and split ends don't stand a chance.
The problem is the stadium is on the Mississippi flyway, which is a big migratory path for birds going to the Gulf of Mexico and Central and South America.
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