Crows,Geese, all kinds of birds
They form flocks in winter with titmice and downy woodpeckers.
flocks but not in nesting period, but then they form in flocks again.
The adjectival form of "autumn" is "autumnal."
Many bird species form flocks for different reasons. Some of these reasons are foraging, protection, mating, raising families, aerodynamics and warmth.
Yes, except during the nesting period, after which they form flocks again.
Birds travel in flocks for protection. They flock to avoid predators. More eyes watching means it's harder for a cat or a hawk to catch the birds off guard. And they flock to find food. Again, more eyes makes it easier to search. Also, the flock can form around the food. One bird sees the food, a second bird sees the first one eating, and joins in, then a third bird sees the first two, etc.
Ant type that they can catch, they are opportunists, birds do not form a large part of the Bear's diet!.
Wood form in autumn season contains smaller cells is called autumn wood.
Chickadees are non migratory, and form small flocks in the winter with other small birds like downy woodpeckers, and roam the woods in search of food. Very common at feeders.
The word 'birds' is a noun, the plural form of the singular noun 'bird', a word for a thing (things).A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence.The pronouns that take the place of the plural noun 'birds' are they as a subject, and them as an object.Example: The birds are starting to migrate. Theyfly over in flocks almost daily. As I watch them, I am reminded of the cycles of nature.
may be heading to a food source.gulls often form large flocks when feeding.check out any dump site if you live in a coastal area.