Posted by: Sandy Steinman | June 8, 2018

How Hummingbirds Avoid Collusions

SciencdeDaily reports on how hummingbirds manage to avoid collusions in spite of their high speed flight

Hummingbirds are among nature’s most agile fliers. They can travel faster than 50 kilometers per hour and stop on a dime to navigate through dense vegetation.

Read article at Hummingbird vision wired to avoid high-speed collisions — ScienceDaily

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