Palaeontologists below, dusting bones for the know. Neontology for facts of now regarding flying beings above mooing cow.
Metal bird with wingspan immense, coeval mates may lay eggs, but you are adapted for roughest winds during migration legs.
Vultures nosh on caggy scraps without concern or thought. Iron wings are strong, but sensitive, so clean lubes matter a lot.
Some exotic flyers roost in palms lined above a sunny plage. Others rest in a hangar, a between-flight, airy garage.
Can aves of different orders coexist in realm of cloudy fluff? Palaeontologists of future may know; science can be patient stuff. ; )