Early Bird catches the worm


Success comes to those who prepare well and put in effort.

This is first recorded in John Ray's A collection of English proverbs 1670, 1678:
"The early bird catcheth the worm."
Clearly, the title of the work indicates that this was considered proverbial even in the 17th century.


Vision is the most important sense for birds, since good eye sight is essential for safe flight.
The placement of their eyes gives them good binocular vision enabling accurate judgement of distances.
Birds can resolve rapid movements better than humans; Birds can also detect slow moving objects.

Worm activity near the Earth’s surface is actually highest early in the morning and dropping off as the day progresses and the ground warms up.

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