Do warblers fly in groups?
Other species that often fly in more or less cohesive flocks are larks, pipits, starlings, robins, bluebirds, Yellow-rumped Warbler, a few sparrows (Lark, Vesper, Savannah, Lark Bunting), longspurs, Snow Bunting, and meadowlarks. These species tend to form loose, straggling flocks.
What is a group of flycatchers called?
A group of flycatchers has many collective nouns, including an "outfield", "swatting", "zapper", and "zipper" of flycatchers.
Do sparrows flock together?
Social behaviour. The house sparrow is a very social bird. It is gregarious during all seasons when feeding, often forming flocks with other species of birds. It roosts communally and while breeding nests are usually grouped together in clumps.
Though blackbirds can hold territories all year round, perhaps their most familiar behaviour to us is noted throughout the breeding season, when they ardently defend their territories. During winter, if there is a plentiful food supply, blackbirds will gather in small groups and are actively tolerant of each other.
Mostly insects. Feeds on a wide variety of insects, including caterpillars, moths, butterflies, katydids, tree crickets, beetles, true bugs, and others. Also eats spiders and sometimes small lizards, and regularly eats fruits and berries. Small fruits may be a major part of diet in winter in the tropics.
House Sparrows are very social creatures, feeding and roosting in large flocks. But constant fighting isn't good for anyone, animal or human, so many species develop hierarchies within social groups to avoid such conflicts.