Black birds that fly together?
Blackbirds, including red-winged blackbirds, are an example of black-colored birds that fly together. Grackles, starlings and brown-headed cowbirds also fly together.
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European Starlings A: I get flocks of grackles in my yard during winter. Theyre big black birds a little bigger than a blue jay. But I never see them do acrobatics. Eauropea…n Starlings are more brownish and spotted in a way.
Here's some discussion of that phenomenon:. http://www.straightdope.com/mailbag/mflockswoop.html
This question reminds me of what Paul said in the Bible, in Acts 17:22 "When Paul stood in the midst of Mars' hill, and said, Ye men of Athens, I perceive that in all things… ye are too superstitious.". Two birds flying together means they were flying together. Perhaps they had to go to the same place, perhaps they are mates. Some species of birds mate for life.
Well depending it can mean different things some people think it is a good sign from angles like a white feather others (me) think it is a bad sign and relates to a death comi…ng small feather = child's death large = adults death. Sometimes it mean bad luck. It could just be a weird coincidence with a bird. Either way don't worry or let it bug u I'm only telling u what i know ! :)
46,2 miles per hour
A flock of birds protect each other and in the case of geese/ducks they help their flying by the formation that they fly. The duck/goose in front gets most of the air resistan…ce making it easier for the rest to fly.
to keep warm so they wont go hot.
urban myths... people have been waching too much cnn and are paranoic about earthquake and stuff
A Flock of Birds means a lot of bird flying together
Find out why it won't eat or cannot fly by taking it to a vet who can help this bird. Or, even better, take it to a local wildlife rehabilitation center to let them see if the…y can help it, and if they can, take care of it until it's ready to go back to the wild again.
If your talking about crows then yes, they caw while flying.
The collective noun for a large group of birds flying together is a flock of birds.