... a treat not to be missed. Jim Perrin
What fabulous pictures of those birds.Almost a CGI effect.
Hello Mark, you were right, I have enjoyed this Blog immensley. I have been on a tour with you, which has introduced me to many new places. When I come to visit my farming friend in Clunderwen, I shall make a point of travelling to some of them.Best wishes Kath in Bucks
Like a net thrown by a huge invisible fisherman...
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Great pics, but when I see these it reminds me of the time i had sunstroke. yes im odd.
Incredible! That third one almost looks like a dust storm. Now I see what you mean by 3 million starlings.
Matrue does deal is some marvels doesn't it!!!Takes me straight to Brighton pier of course!
You do have some big flocks there. We do not have such large ones here but maybe 100 to 200 birds land in the grass in the winter to peck at something. I assume there must be something of value.
What a coincidence! The sound must be incredible when they finally come down to roost. That's one of my abiding memories from counting them in Mallorca.
Wow!Were they taken in Wales?
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