Javier Soriano: Video - A tribute to the geese at Tupper's Gala. Prospect Park. Brooklyn, NYC. 4-2-2011

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A tribute to the geese at Tupper's Gala. Prospect Park. Brooklyn, NYC. 4-2-2011.

A demonstration in tribute to the Canadian geese that were exterminated by the city of New York in 2010. The demonstration was held at the entrance where a gala was held in honor of former park manager Tupper Thomas.

Tupper was the manager of Parque for 30 years. During that time, some people say that they did a good job, other people think that they did not do more.

At present the park is very careless. Trash can be seen everywhere, erotic areas, people giving food (sometimes Mcdonals food) to birds. Of course, people who visit the park are responsible for several of these things. We can all help.

1 Put the garbage in the indicated places.
Do not feed the animals. They have enough food that nature provides.
Do not bother the animals that inhabit it.
4 Teach the children to love and respect the animals and not to harass them.
4 The park is the house of animals and plants that inhabit it. You would not like your neighbors coming to your house throwing stones at you, leaving your trash and bothering you, right?

If we extinguish the geese from our parks and bother the other animals, day when our parks will be for humans only. Do we want a park where everything is destroyed and without animals? Or do we want a clean park and where we can enjoy what nature gives us?

Javier Soriano: Video - A tribute to the geese at Tupper's Gala. Prospect Park. Brooklyn, NYC. 4-2-2011

What can we learn from the geese?

"If we look at the geese when they migrate, we will see them fly into a 'V'. You may want to know how science explains this way of flying. It has been found that when each bird flaps its wings, it produces a movement in the air that helps the bird behind it. Flying in V, the full flock increases at least 70% its flying power compared to if each bird flies by itself.

Each time a goose exits the formation immediately feels the resistance of the bird. air, realizes the difficulty of doing it alone and quickly returns to his training to be able to benefit from the power of his partner who goes ahead.

When the leader of the geese gets tired, one of the back seats and another takes its place. The geese that go behind graznan to support those who go ahead to maintain their speed.

Finally, when a goose gets sick or gets shot by shot, two other geese leave the formation, and continue to help and protect you. They stay with him until he is able to fly again or until he dies. Only then do the two companions return to the flock or join another group. "

Author Robert McNeish

> What can we learn from the geese?

As each goose flaps its wings it creates an uplift for the birds that follow. the whole flock adds 71% greater flying range than if each bird flew alone.

People who share the common direction and sense of community can get where they are going because quicker and easier because they are traveling on the thrust of one another.

FACT 2: When the goose falls out of formation, it suddenly feels the drag and resistance of flying alone. advantage of the facelift power of the bird immediately in front of it.

When the lead goose tires, it rotates back into the formation and another goose flies to the point position.

It pays to take turns doing the hard tasks and sharing leadership. Fact 4: The geese flying in formation honk to encourage those up front to keep up.

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