Drones Begin Migration North for Summer

FLARIDAH – Hearing of warmer weather conditions from real aircraft stationed in northern parts of the country, drones across the southern U.S. began their migration north for the summer on Thursday. The migration, expected to be frequently impeded by avian adversaries like the bald eagle, will proceed slowly with stops at various “The World’s Largest…” landmarks along the way. Their migration pattern typically falls in line with the migration pattern of American retirees, also beginning their flock back north from Flaridah to see the grandkids.