Saturday, March 22, 2008

Migrating geese fly in a V-formation to save energy. A goose's wings churn the air and leave an air current behind. In the flying wedge, each bird is in position to get a lift from the current left by the bird ahead. It is easier going for all, except the leader. During a migration, geese are apt to take turns in the lead position.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

...yes...but then...they are spectacular with wine and olives..
the fan

Eusebio Digital said...

bai dar cred ca si lebedele zboara la fel...

Anonymous said...

yes... indeed they are.
mrs brebenel