Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) coming in to roost at Shapwick
Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) coming in to roost at Shapwick, Somerset Levels, Somerset, England, UK. Photographer quote: 'Several million starlings roost on the Somerset Levels during the winter months. Arriving at dusk, their displays can be mesmerizing.' Did you know? Mass gatherings of starlings are referred to as murmurations. Their twisting flight – often comprising a million or more birds – is often in response to a predator.
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