Lemurick was in awe and wonder of these magnificent migratory birds and could not wait to meet them all in person. He spent most of his life ever since he was a very young lemur studying or researching the lives of migratory birds. He had learned that the Arctic Tern takes an annual flight of about 25,000 miles, which is about the same distance as traveling around the entire Earth. Meantime, the Bar-Headed Goose routinely flies up to heights of 30,000 feet and across the snowcapped peaks of the mountainous Himalayas.