Usually, when we see birds, there are only a few flying together at the same time. When large flocks appear, the effect can be magical, as well as a little unnerving. Birds are interesting animals.
Those that fly in flocks tend to do so for a few reasons. Foraging, protection, mating, raising families, warmth and aerodynamics are just some of the benefits that birds get by staying close together.
Have you ever heard of a charm of finches, a raft of ducks, a horde of ravens, a gaggle of geese or a gobble of turkeys?
Watch now to see if you can tell what kinds of birds swoop in to take over this tree.