Chulla 4,946 Posted February 5, 2018 Report Share Posted February 5, 2018 I don't want to begin a new thread, so will put my ornithological question on here. For years I have suffered terribly with a nagging question for which I cannot find the answer. I have sleepless nights over it, and the search through countless books and internet sites have all drawn a blank. It is this: Do birds squint when they fly through rain; or do the raindrops hit their eyeballs like bullets? Colin, re photo of swan. Note that the wing leading-edges are drooped to give the camber to the upper side of the wing, just like aircraft. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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