You probably would want to go with... ONE STRIKER LEFT MID RIGHT MID CENTER MID/STOPPER LEFT BACK RIGHT BACK SWEEPER GOALIE
NO. WE live by the sea and have never seen them flying in a V formation
W formation, V Formation and Diamond formation
Aerodynamics. They rotate the V formation in flight, front to back. the back of the V has less wind resistance.
All geese like to fly in the V formation also known as a skein formation. This formation helps with their flying efficiency and how far they can fly.
A group of geese flying in "V" formation is called a wedge.
The v-formation is more efficient for birds who are flying long distances.
I watch Canadian Geese fly over my house in a v formation all the time. :-)
Rock Formation - 2006 V is rated/received certificates of: UK:15
Many geese and migrating birds fly in a V formation. the v formation helps the birds fly farther by making a special type of turbulence. this pushes the birds behind it up and DID YOU KNOW THAT BIRDS FLY 70% FARTHER IN A V FORMATION THAN IN SOLO FLIGHT? ME EITHER!