The power of wind can be experienced in several natural phenomena, and storms. Mankind has long utilized the potential of wind energy in industry, agriculture and transport.
Just think of windmills used for milling the wheat or large sailing vessels contributing to the transportation of goods from and to different parts of the world.
Wind or insects carry pollen from one flower to another. Wind pollinates the female flower parts of the walnut trees and hazel, while flowers with petals and nectary are pollinated by bees, wild bumblebees, wasps and other insects.
Buzzard is the most common bird of prey in Hungary. One of the hunting methods is when – exploiting the upward flow of warm air – it is circling around and watch the prey.