2 edition of How birds learned to fly found in the catalog.
How birds learned to fly
|Statement||by members of the Yakima Reservation Curriculum Development Committee ; written by Tony Colwash, Bernice Jim, Sam Jim ; illustrated by Beverly Tallman.|
|Series||The Indian reading series : stories and legends of the Northwest -- level 2, bk. 16, Indian reading series -- level 2, bk. 16.|
|Contributions||Jim, Bernice., Jim, Sam., Tallman, Beverly., Yakima Reservation Curriculum Development Committee., Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory., National Institute of Education (U.S.). Educational Equity Group., National Institute of Education (U.S.). Multicultural/Bilingual Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. :|
|Number of Pages||13|
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The text is easy to understand and includes a minimum of aerodynamic jargon and anatomical technicalities. There are 68 original photographs of geese, owls, ducks, terns, osprey, ravens and ruffled grouse (including 16 in full color) all taken by the author.
How Birds Fly is unique and highly recommended. -- Midwest Book Review/5(2). Humans try to fly like birds For many centuries, humans have tried to fly just like the birds. Wings made of feathers or light weight wood have been attached to arms to test their ability to fly.
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In this case, they run around on the ground while hopping and spreading their wings. Eventually, they're able to hop onto low branches then fly.
Mother birds still feed the fledglings during this stage. Similar to humans, birds are born with this same instinct, mainly for the action of flight. Now no bird is born with the ability to fly because it takes practice. Rather birds are trained by their parents through the power of reinforcement.
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Without knowing species, it is impossible to say how long it will take a bird to fly after hatching. Within species, the capability generally develops within a short window common to all young. The Physics of Bird Flight.
There are many factors that go into a bird's ability to fly. Physical characteristics, behavior, and local air conditions all help define how birds fly, including: Wing Shape.
A bird's wing is thicker at the front than at the back, and more curved across the top than underneath. How birds learned to fly (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, Juvenile audience, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Tony Colwash; Bernice Jim; Sam Jim; Beverly Tallman; Yakima Reservation Curriculum Development Committee.
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