Birds migrating by day use the Sun to navigate, adjusting their angle to the Sun as the Sun’s position moves from east to west. [Birds migrating by night] orient to the North Star (Polaris),. . . . Polaris is stationary, however, and Cornell scientists determined that buntings can orient from Polaris or other constellations within 35 degrees of Polaris, especially the constellation Orion. Source
What do you use to guide yourself on your daily journey?