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Description Echelon flock formation. The usual flight formation of large birds. All birds can see ahead, and towards one side, making the best arrangement for protection. The protective efficiency of the formation is little affected by an increase in the number of birds of the flock.
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Source C. C. Trowbridge: On the origin of the flocking habit of migratory birds. The Popular science monthly, Volume 84, p213. New York, Popular Science Pub. Co., March 1914. Online: archive.org.
Author C. C. Trowbridge
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