Here is a close-up photo of Coniculous flappin in low-altitude flight.
[photo by Jody Melanson]
Here is another example, this one shown with wings extended. It is not clear if this individual is of the same species or in another newly mutated offshoot.
[photo copyright Natasha Leong]
Of even greater concern: what might happen if the flight mutation should spontaneously develop in domesticated species ... such as sheep!
Finally, I apologize for my recent dry-spell in posting. A nasty flu bug had me out of action for a few days, and I'm still getting caught up.