How High Can Birds Fly?

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Most birds fly below 500 feet except during migration or hunting. They do this in order to conserve energy. One of the highest flights recorded for birds was a flock of whooping swans observed flying at 29,000 feet over Ireland. You can find more information here: http://www.stanford.edu/group/stanfordbirds/text/essays/How_Fast.html
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by wind, and they flap there wings, and they are light, so they get pushes in the air high enough.
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1. Using a pencil, sketch the outline of a bird's body (without wings) on a piece of drawing paper. If you want the bird to glide in the air, the body should be straight. If the bird
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So far, 37,900 feet...over 7 miles... Source(s):
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Well the most famous for speed is by far the peregrine falcon. its hunting technique is to 'dive' from high in the sky in order to strike a pigeon...which is faster than it at level
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