"Skies Alive" shares the story of the amazing Red Knot, which flies 9,300 miles each way on its migration along the eastern coast of South America from Tierra del Fuego to the Canadian Arctic, explains Ismael Calderon, director of science at the Newark Museum and the developer, creator, and curator of the exhibition. Individuals will learn of the many dangers these creatures encounter during migration, such as bad weather, pollution, household cats, electric power lines, or flying into clear, glass windows.
Skies Alive Anonymous USA Today; Jul 2009; 138, 2770; Docstoc pg. 41 Reproduced with permission of the copyr
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