have been netted by researchers in Canada. They put leg bands on the birds and release them to find them 3 days later in Brazil. They can fly 20-30,000 feet up in the jet stream. You can find them running along the beach probing their bills into the sand to eat kochina shells in where their gizzards crush them up. The bird later spits the broken shells out on the beach which form small mounds of broken shell. Our Air Force has done a lot of research on the way they fly and make maneuvers which they some day hope they can do with an airplane.
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