Nonstop Flight: How The Frigatebird Can Soar For Weeks Without Stopping

Frigatebirds have to find ways to stay aloft because they can't land on the water. This bird was flying between the Galapagos islands of Santiago and Bartolome.
Harvey Barrison/Flickr
Frigatebirds have to find ways to stay aloft because they can't land on the water. This bird was flying between the Galapagos islands of Santiago and Bartolome. Harvey Barrison/Flickr

Nonstop Flight: How The Frigatebird Can Soar For Weeks Without Stopping

Barrie Lynn (member 41300) recently came across this piece about the Frigate Bird. The article states “It’s the only bird that is known to intentionally enter into a cloud” and is a very interesting read for cloud and bird lovers alike.

You can read it in full on the NPR website

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