A V formation (sometimes called a skein) is the symmetric V-shaped flight
formation of flights of ... All the birds except the first fly in the upwash from one of
the wingtip vortices of the bird ah...
Jan 15, 2014 ... Here is the standard explanation for the V-formation: .... all well and good…but do
any of you know why sometimes one side of the V is longer?
Jun 19, 2014 ... An old fellow looks up at a “V” shaped formation of ducks migrating across ... “Do
you know why the one side of the “V” is longer than the other?
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Nov 28, 2013 ... Have you ever pointed in terror at the sky when geese fly overhead and
simultaneously wondered why they form a V? Here are your answers.
Jan 13, 2003 ... By flying in V formation, the whole flock has at least 71% greater flying range ...
One leg of the V HAS to be longer than the other leg in 50% of flying V ... By
positioning itself slightly to one side of the bird ahead, a goose, gets ...
By flying in a V-formation, the whole flock adds 71% greater flying range .... why
one side of the V in a flock of flying geese is always longer than ...
Jan 16, 2014 ... There are two reasons birds might fly in a V formation: It may make flight ... the
birds positioned themselves to fly just behind and to the side of the bird ... feat
requires careful flight and incredible awareness of one's neighbors.
Jun 10, 2006 ... Canada geese fly in V formation for a very pragmatic reason: a flock of ....
aerodynamics, one side of the “V” was always longer than the other.
Feb 23, 2004 ... There are two well-supported and complementary explanations for why birds fly
in formation. One is to conserve energy by taking advantage of ...
Dec 17, 2010 ... Ducks tend to fly in a V or check mark formation when they travel in groups. ...
bird flying lead, two or three birds trailing on one side, and the majority of birds
strung out on the other. ... Why is one side longer than the other?