You Migrate With Wheels, Not Wings
You Flock To Where It's Warm
You're Retired Or Free To Roam
You Return To Your Natural Habitat
You're not a snowbird unless you return back to your home base once the summer starts again. Although many snowbirds transition into sunbirds once they choose to permanently remain south throughout the year, a true snowbird always heads back north after the winter passes. Evidence of this annual migration is apparent in aerial views of southern RV parks, dubbed 'white cities,' whose landscapes are covered with the white tops of RVs during the winter months, and then immediately disappear once the summer starts and everyone heads back home.