is no doubt that the considerable increase in aviation in recent years has given rise to some speculation by ornithologists as to the reactions of birds to aircraft, and therefore some of my experiences in seven years of flying may be of interest. On aerodromes, birds appear to be little affected by aircraft and they pay but scant attention to aircraft standing or moving on the ground. It is well ...

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