|Date:||Wed, 16 Dec 2020 14:56:02 +1100|
It's just occurred to me that the Dollarbird migrates from north of Australia to south-eastern Australia to breed, but also migrates from SE Asia to northern China, Korea and Japan to breed.
Are there any other birds that migrate both north and south of the tropics to breed?
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