Green Pieces by Drew Aquilina

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  1. cbrsarah

    cbrsarah said, 10 months ago

    Okay, if you’re a bird you can fly over the fence. I don’t know of any non-flying animals that migrate from America to Mexico and back again.

  2. cbrsarah

    cbrsarah said, 10 months ago

    After researching, I came across the following: Bighorn Sheep are primarily a North American animal. The migration usually consists of moving up the mountains in the summer and down the mountains in the winter to avoid deep snow.
    Pronghorn while distributed in several ranges including Mexico, different herds tend to migrate within their own ranges. Ocelots and jaguars don’t really migrate out of their areas as they are territorial. They will stay in their marked territories unless the food source is scarce, but will return to their original territories when food has returned in it’s former numbers. Cubs/kits will be ousted from their familial homes by their parents and seek out their own territories to live in, which can be hazardous as they cross the boundaries of other territories. They might migrate into more northern areas but their survival rate is pretty low.

  3. Drew Aquilina

    Drew Aquilina GoComics PRO Member said, 10 months ago

    Our friends of flight are affected as well. Think migratory feeding patterns and the adversity resulting from the interruption of the food chain. It’s been pervasive for nearly 7 years, On the lighter side … think of all the great “going-away” parties!!

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