Sooty terns’ migration takes the birds into the path of hurricanes

sooty tern flying over open water

Sooty terns that nest in the Dry Tortugas National Park, west of Key West, Fla., migrate along a path that often crosses tropical storms and hurricanes, scientists have found.

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