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2 months ago
Note: I am not sure this is the right site, but I believe birds are off-topic on Aviation SE.
Has a bird of any species ever been seen experiencing an aerodynamic stall by increasing the
angle of attack (AoA) over its wings or flying at too low of an airspeed? $\endgroup$
Kereru ( Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae) from New Zealand do a type of display flying where they deliberately induce a stall by flying on an upwards curve and allowing momentum loss to decrease air-speed such that they stall.
A video of this can be found linked through
iNaturalist on Youtube.
Mar 20 at 23:22
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