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Wind, snow, hail, lightning, and other challenges posed by weather can easily kill flying birds too.
For example, "last year a couple of hundred pelicans washed up by the Oregon-Washington border," Butcher said. "A cold front had unexpectedly moved in, and they faced icing on their wings and bodies."
originally posted by: teslahowitzer
so difficult to track without transponders and control of data. there are several tests on this matter in the works, but I haven't had time to get updated on their progress. This has been researched quite a bit, more than you may think...
originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: OhOkYeah
Yes, but certainly it is a fact that birds fly?
This must have some effect on the ecosystem, surely?