The re-entry to my home after a three week trip, was a little more intense than anticipated.
I so missed posting my usual Monday post.
I have not put a post together for this week, but I was working on a different project.
Turns out, I can’t use it for it’s intended purpose, so I thought I’d just post it here.
Kind of a filler, if you will.
I was researching why starlings/black birds, swarm, or murmurate, in the spring.
Some scientists believe it is because there is safety in numbers. Some think they meet together to exchange information, such as locations for good food. As quickly as they gather, they take flight, their movements as one, and their wings making a murmuring sound. Murmuration.
These birds gather behind and around my house during the first part of Spring.
They are raucously noisy. Wonderful to watch, and gone in as little as two days.
I have to wonder what their very loud “Spring Council” is all about!
I missed being there when they decided to move.
Please use the following link to see what happens when these noisy little guys decide to move all at once. (Linked because I did not obtain copyright permission)
I hope you find them as fascinating as I did!
Click here for → Starling Murmuration video clips.
This is the type of council I could enjoy!
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Thanks for commenting! I sure enjoy them, but am happy the noise is only for two days!