Nick Upton
on February 7, 2021 21 views
Murmurations of Starlings are one of the most impressive displays to be seen in British birding, a synchronized display of flight from a Common Starling flock (also known as European Starling). When walking on the North Kent marshes I came across this amazing bird murmuration performing mass bird flocking on bushes, trees and reeds as well starling mass flight every time they were disturbed by a predator such as a passing Marsh Harrier. Common Starling, Sturnus vulgaris, might be one of the world's most numerous birds and familiar to many birders across the globe but a Common Starling murmuration is still a sight to make most birders stop and marvel. Follow me on Instagram - @nickuptonbirding
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Andrew Goodall
Nice video Nick. Spotted the leucitic bird at 0.47
Nick Upton
Well done, an interesting looking bird.