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Birds' migration

I. Distance and wingspan All birds have wings even flightless birds such as ostriches and penguins. The kind of flying a bird does depend on the size and shape of its wings, and even the type of prey that is pursued. Big wings that are broad and long. These wings allow large birds to soar and glide for long distances without flapping their wings, conserving energy. Short wings that are stubby and somewhat broad. These wings provide a lot of lift and some speed, and allow mid-sized birds, typically with short tails, to fly in and out of thick vegetation. wingspan 5feet4inches/1.6m wingspan 32inches/80cm wingspan 16inches/40cm wingspan 8inches/20cm wingspan 4inches/10cm 15000km 1000km nandering elbatross Whocping crane wandering Albatross Sandhal crane Amican kestre Biuewingod teal 14000km, 2000km Oldsouen Trukey vulture Kldeer wingspan 310mm Roya tem American robin whip poor wil Kirlans warblar Scissoated fiyatche Ase swAlo Yeliow belliec Vemillon lycateher 13000km, 3000km Sarie tange Dark-eyad junce whee throatedsoe no Euopein airg Browntadad Red niny blacke Rutythreted (aliope harmireb hern whaete Nthein wheatear 12000km 4000km wingspan Bobolnk 11000km 5000km 10000km 6000km 9000km 7000km 8000km Small wings can cover the long distance migration 8% 62% 15% 15% Okm-5000km 8% 47% 30% 15% 5001km-10000km 14% 44% 14% 14% .14% 10001km-1500okm BIRDS' MIGRATION Chaeneys Barti Sk Red-eed vima | ack pol warbler Saiosons haw

Birds' migration

shared by DooriyaYu on Oct 30
This project is designed for birds lovers, it's aim to visualise the basic datas of selected migrant birds. Four elements was visualised through this project: the birds' wingspan and weight, the dist...




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