Do you know that birds predict the weather? Here’s how!

Did you know that the behavior of birds can help predict the weather? Watch nature and these feathered friends carefully, and you will probably be surprised by what you will see and understand.

Start watching the birds as they fly. Those that fly high in the sky usually indicate nice weather.

Hawks flying high signify clear skies. When flying low, prepare for storms.

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Geese fly more and more often in good weather than in bad weather.

Air pressure really affects birds. For example, swallows have sensitive ears, so when the air pressure drops, they fly closer to the ground, where the air density is highest. In general, low-flying birds are signs of rain, while tall flyers indicate nice weather.

Migratory birds can fly more easily in high pressure conditions. Therefore, geese can fly high when the high pressure system moves to that area. High pressure systems are associated with nice weather conditions.

Birds tend to stop flying and take shelter if a storm comes. It will fly low to avoid the discomfort of dropping air pressure.

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When seagulls fly inland, expect a storm.

When the poultry moves to the litter during the day, rain is prepared.

Storms gathering under the stern of the ship indicate bad weather.

Birds usually die before a big storm. If you’ve ever walked through the woods before a storm, you’ve felt how eerily quiet the forest is at that moment. In addition, the birds start singing as soon as the weather improves.

The song of birds in the rain indicates the approach of good weather.

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If crows fly in pairs, expect nice weather, and a crow flying alone is a sign of bad weather.

The whiteness of the thicker sternum indicates the type of winter. Red or dark spotted bone means cold and stormy winter, while light colored spots indicate mild winter.

The roar of partridges in autumn is a sign of a mild winter.

When geese fly west, cold weather is expected.

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If the birds become tame in the fall, the winter will be too cold for the game.

If the swallow bends its nest somewhere high, the summer will be very dry. When you build it low, you can safely harvest and sow.


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