1. Sturnus vulgaris / Estorninho / Starling


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    Ribeira Grande 02 Dezembro 2014

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    • Starlings fly-catching in slow motion


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      Starlings (sturnus vulgaris) fly-catching at Carne Harbour, County Wexford, Ireland. Slowed down using 120 fps on the iPhone (through a telescope).

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      • BIRDING 2014-06-12 09.29.40.mts


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        SCHLOSS JEGENSTORF - Switzerland There are on view: Sturnus vulgaris - Starling - STAR Turdus merula - Blackbird - AMSEL Turdus pilaris - Fieldfare - WACHOLDERDROSSEL rsiv

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        • Sturnus vulgaris 2014-06-12 09.04.28.mts


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          JEGENSTORF - Switzerland Sturnus vulgaris - Starling - Star Etourneau sansonnet - Storno rsiv

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          • Starlings


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            • La valse des étourneaux - Waltz of the starlings (murmuration)


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              A la nuit tombante, les étourneaux se regroupent par milliers, convergeants vers un dortoir où ils passeront la nuit. Novembre est la période où les concentrations par dortoir sont les plus élevées regroupant les sédentaires, adultes, jeunes de l’année et les migrateurs venant de l’Europe du nord-est. Durant cette période, les oiseaux peuvent venir de quarante kilomètres à la ronde. Les groupes arrivent par vagues successives et constituent peu à peu une masse compacte qui va tournoyer à proximité du site du dortoir. Celui-ci n’est pas choisi par hasard et chaque soir les oiseaux reviendront sur le même lieu. Cette sarabande est un spectacle fascinant à observer... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- At dusk thousand of starlings regroup themselves coming together to a roost where they will spend the night. November is the period when roosts concentration are the highest bringing together sedentaries, adults, younsters and migratory birds coming from north-eastern Europe. During that period birds often come from forty kilometers around. Flocks arrive successively and little by little form a huge mass which will swirl nearby the roost area. The place isn't chosen aimlessly and each evening birds will come back to the same location. That saraband is a fascinating spectacle to watch... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Sélectionné au Festival Nature Namur 2014 (Belgique) © 2011-2014 Walter Barthélemi walterbarthelemi.be

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              • Hier rockt ein Star (Sturnus vulgaris)


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                Star (Sturnus vulgaris) am Nistkasten beim füttern seiner Jungen. Fotografie Oliver Giel, www.tierfotograf.com

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                • Add Me (v2)


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                  We are surrounded by herding behaviors. These frames have been captured by a mobile device. The reality of life and nature show us different forms of gregariousness. Social networks in virtual space, is another example of gregariousness. Quantity. Not quality. We have control of the content? We can escape from the digital herd? What control we have over our decisions, as individuals, involveds in a gregarious system? We can escape from the social networks? Or we want to be gregarious? The common starling, Sturnus vulgaris, never travels alone. The common human, human vulgaris, never... A metaphor. The double edge of a global communication society, but also a society that can be lost in the mass. Control? You choose...(perhaps).

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                  • Starling Swarm


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                    This vast group of Starlings where creating magnificent shapes in the sky of Holland at Lauwersmeer. The whole sky was filled with them, it was impressive!

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                    • Oh my starling...


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