Up the road or down, sometimes further afield, often not for long, we're out most days.
Sometimes it is so obvious that birds are flying "just for kicks" -- and not necessarily to get somewhere. I wasn't sure if you were describing this, or a necessary migration."Hard way to make a living" is a fun bit of anthropomorphism.
They have to hover to catch food, but it was heavy going! They still seemed to enjoy it, but again, that's probably anthropomorphism. There were a pair of them I imagine live round here, though I don't know. I see them in much the same place all the year round, assuming it's the same ones. It was one of them perched up on the telegraph wire in the picture at Box Elder.
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