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Murmuration of Starlings

Starlings like to flock together. They like to fly together. And they even like to coordinate an impressive air ballet together. In this video they are swarming like they are one organism in stead of multiple.

Beautiful illustration by ยฉ Louise Taylor

Please watch this video with me, it will only takes two minutes.

And a big Thank You to Michael Woods for pointing me towards this phenomenal video.


Caretaker of males, both human and feline. No lady, but all woman. Avid reader and photographer. Determined to find writing time during busy days. And nights if needed. Because I need you to meet the wonderful people who are living in my mind.

21 thoughts on “Murmuration of Starlings

  1. My goodness! This is phenomenal. I’m out of words actually. I have never seen this ever before, not even on National Geographic.

    Thanks for sharing. ๐Ÿ™‚


  2. Seen this video before somewhere. It is amazing. I often see this sight as I drive across the border between England and Scotland on the Solway Firth in south west Scotland, it is truly wondrous.


  3. When Julia mentioned the trouble with starlings, that brought back to mind your friend the mole cricket.
    Even with something that is a pain,a nuisance, or even something that can cause death, still there is beauty there.
    It helps to remember that.


  4. nature’s ballet, the most beautiful sight! Ahhmazing they were able to capture the sound too, chill bumps! Thanks for sharing, can you imagine the privilege to be there while the dance is happening? WOW ๐Ÿ™‚


  5. They also like to pick your roof into pieces and chatter up a storm at 5am! But they are lovely. I had 5 of them stuck in my dryer vent a few years ago. What an ordeal that was. LOL But we all survived.

    Thanks basillllly for leading our Marion to the video. Just lovely.

    Much love,


    1. They just loooooove people. I’m sure these five only wanted to get close to you. Or to the warmth ๐Ÿ˜‰ These birds can make a lot of noise, I agree.
      Thanks for watching, dearest Jules.


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