Starlings are famous for putting on a wonderful display—known as murmuration—when they flock together. They do this for a variety of reasons, including to confuse predators, create warmth at night, or exchange information. Photographer Daniel Biber sought out starlings in order to capture this amazing formation:
A flock of starlings formed this beautiful figure of a flying bird while they were probably trying to evade a predator.
Biber captured the shot in Costa Brava in Spain after four days of scouting locations and observing thousands of birds. I’d say the image is well worth the time spent and pain undertaken. Wouldn’t you agree?
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