Ecology ? (2 replies and 3 comments)
Thoughts on the music or the video?
Thankyou for your contribution but I cannot understand what your video has to do with this forum or even filming.
Thank you for the reply you both yez mr roger is not only a great filmaker but also a great humanist by how he made this forum etcetera, this is not everyday looks thousands of birds appeared that day because unstability happens in multiple location in this world today i mean look at australia many animals are dead and so on. So yes this maybe a non technical or whatever but in the video is a rare phenomenom.
Thankyou but it happens every day at Eastbourne and Brighton pier U.K. and other locations. It’s called a “Murmuration” of starlings before they roost. It’s quite common in Europe. I have filmed them lots of times, it’s very impressive to see.
Examples of “Murmuration”. Usually happens when migrating birds join forces with other “Tribes” when roosting. Copyright BBC NHU.