Birds in stormy weather


This is a video about jackdaws (and a peacock) from Kent in England.

Stormy weather today.

As I went to the park not far away, there were many more birds than usually on the lawn of this small green zone: over forty jackdaws, a carrion crow, an adult herring gull and a young herring gull.

Maybe they had congregated there because the wind had made fruit fall from the trees; and the rain had made the soil wet, driving earthworms to the surface?

As I proceeded along the footpath, the birds flew away. Only the carrion crow and the adult herring gull stayed.

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