The West Wing
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Many birds migrate in north-south directions due to the precession of the equinoxes. This means that during a migration they have one east wing and one west wing. Of course, the west wing would become the east wing if they simply turned around when the season changed ("precessed"), and this would be confusing.
That is why birds fly upside-down going south, and rightside-up going north. By this strategem they keep the same wing to the west at all times.
“Male geese don't have doodlers, Oscar. Still, an amorous goose has as much fun with his cloaca as might be reasonably expected.”
“Mark Twain may run a steamboat up and down the Mississippi but he cannot run his hand up and down my leg. Not after cracking wise about geese.”
~ Oscar Wilde on Mark Twain