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Never, Never Land

Scientists have long suspected that the common swift remains airborne for extraordinary amounts of time during its annual migration.  Now, a team of scientists in Sweden has proved that these birds can spend almost their entire 10-month nonbreeding period on the wing.  Jeff and Anthony discuss the idea of non-stop flying, and whether that’s the best birding or the worst.

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