This video from the USA says about itself:
Flap to the Future – American Robin
7 February 2017
HELFUL TIP: I play through the level twice. Skip to 3:02 for former personal best time.
Wowza, wowza! A bird game! Of course I’m going to play it longer than I should.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology sent out an email today about this game, so I tried it out and maybe got somewhat good at the American Robin stage. It’s a super easy stage assuming you have a good path routed and can pull off a few tight maneuvers. Though my time is very beatable, I’ll leave it as is since it seems that my new best times aren’t being posted on the leaderboards for some reason. I could always go back and restart my file to have a new best time posted, but I really don’t want to lose the random generated name I currently have on my account. I’ll just have to deal with my initial 05:30.17 minute clear time on the leaderboards.
EDIT: The leaderboards are now functional beyond the initial completion of a level! However, I accidentally reset my game like an idiot, and as such, Lilac-feathered Friendly Heron will forever be displayed with mediocre completion times.
My current mobile name is now Agile Tourmaline-backed Heron, and my current PC name is Least-bearded Fluffheron.
From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:
Video Game Lets You Scamper, Glide, and Flap Through the Evolution of Flight
Skip through time and explore how birds mastered the skies with our new video game. Start as an earthbound dinosaur and then feel the thrill of feathered wings and flapping flight. Then jump ahead 100 million years from now to imagine the future of flight. The game is free, mobile-friendly, and runs in a web browser. There’s no app download necessary—just an interest in dinosaurs, flight, or video games. Visit Bird Academy to play (and—bonus—find out your very own fanciful bird name).