Together Everyone Achieves More
With every flap of its wings, the lead bird in a flight of Canada geese is breaking through a wall of air, creating a swirling vortex that provides a "push" for each follower. Some estimates show that geese in a V-formation can fly as much as 70 percent farther than they could fly alone. It's exhausting work for the lead bird, but Canada geese have an answer to that, too: they take turns. When the leader drops back, another takes its place.
It's good to be flying with you.