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Migration at its most basic is the movement of a group of animals from one place to another – and in most cases back again. In some cases like the red-tailed hawk, partial migration occurs; some members of a species choose to remain in their summer home through winter. Mammals are considered nomadic migrants because they wander from place to place based on the seasons. The American bison was a great example of that; it roamed throughout the Great Plains as the seasons changed.

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