2 edition of Bird flocks and the breeding cycle found in the catalog.
Bird flocks and the breeding cycle
F. Fraser Darling
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|Pagination||x, 124 p. front., diag.|
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There is a wide range of birds that fly in flocks including pelicans, flamingos, robins and waterfowl. Birds either fly in a V formation or large groups such as the famous murmuration of starlings. Flocking offers many benefits including predator avoidance and increased aerodynamics while flying.
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