Adapted from the work of Dr. McNeish, first a Biology teacher, then a school superintendant.
While flying in a V formation as a goose flaps his/her wings an uplift is created, increasing the the individual flying range by 71%.
When an individual goose separates from the flock s/he immediately feels the resistance of flying alone.
When the lead Goose grows tired s/he falls back and another goose takes their place.
When a goose is ill or injured two other geese fall out of formation and fly with the injured goose as protection and support.
The geese behind the leaders in the V formation honk their support and encouragement.
Sometimes the things we need to learn just appear right in front of us. Will we notice?
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