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During the migration season, hundreds, thousands or even millions of starlings will fly together, creating great natural performances. Here are the perfect visualization moments of starlings captured by photographers, inviting you to admire. peacocks (like falcon, hawk …), this is called a murmuration phenomenon. In addition, flying side by side also helps the starling warmer when it migrates at night in winter.
How the starlings manage to avoid collisions while flying together remains a mystery, but one idea is that when some starlings start to turn, the decision spreads. through the rest of the birds like a wave.
Thousands of starlings form a giant bird flying over Lake Lough Ennell captured by photographer James Crombie in Ireland.
Flocks of starlings fly together to form a spectacular form in the sky, surrounded by hawks. Predators hardly find a single target in such a large number. The photo was taken near Rahat, Israel, on February 10, 2016. Photo: Menahem Kahana / Getty.
There are no starlings leading a flock of birds, each of which reacts very quickly when the bird next to it changes direction or speed.
According to scientific research, starlings fly in groups of about seven. When one small group moves, the other groups also quickly do it resulting in movement of the whole flute, resulting in a change of shape. But how the starling birds in the flock do not collide with each other in flight is still an unsolved mystery.
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