Jess Creber, Animal Biology and Conservation, Oxford Brookes University
In celebration of Naturehood's Winter Wildlife Month
Many animals migrate, including wildebeest, butterflies and (most commonly of all) birds. Their ability to fly makes them the most capable of long-distance migration, often flying for miles and miles to find food in the winter and avoid harsh weather. An astonishing 4,000 species regularly migrate from one part of the world to another.