Success Lessons to Learn from Birds

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Eagle has the longest life span it can live up to 70 years, but to reach this age the Eagle must make a hard decision.
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When geese fly together, each goose provides additional lift and reduces air resistance for the goose flying behind it. 
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Both males and females are able to drum the trees. Since woodpeckers do not have vocal cords, this activity also play important role in communication.
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Owls tend to be very quiet in order to speed through the silence of night without letting their presence be known as they hunt. 
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Cockatoos have the intelligence of a 2-3 years old child and like a toddler, they express themselves openly and willingly.
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Except for Antarctica, pigeons populate every continent. They can deal with nearly any climate on earth without migrating. 
Along with the beautiful feathers, peacocks have a loud distinctive sound which makes them stand out.
Along with the beautiful feathers, peacocks have a loud distinctive sound which makes them stand out.

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