Primaries

The flight feathers
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Primaries

(feathers) The contour feathers that propel the bird through the air. They are the outermost wing feathers on a bird; the largest wing feathers and the furthest from the body. In most birds, there are 10 primary feathers on each wing.
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Primaries

• (pl. ) of Primary
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Primaries

9-10 or more outermost flight feathers, attached to hand
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Primaries

Outer flight feathers in wing.
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primaries

The anterior or forewings
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Primaries

the largest flight feathers; the outer ten flight feathers on the wing, numbered from the wrist outward; often described as
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Primaries

The long outer flight feathers of the wing, usually numbering ten in all, attached to the 'hand' and which together with the secondaries form the remiges (flight feathers).
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Primaries

The outermost and longest remiges, usually numbering between 9 and 12, that with their coverts form the outer portion of the wing.
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Primaries

The primaries provide the main forward thrust for flight. On the wing, these are the feathers most distal (located nearest to the tip; furthest from the center of the body). Also called beam feathers in the UK, flight feathers or phalangeal feathers.
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