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Do kites fly in groups?

Do kites fly in groups?

Outside the breeding season the kite is habitually a gregarious species and can be found in communal night time roosts at favoured locations. A great deal of social interaction can take place at these pre-roost gatherings which has been described as play behaviour.

Do kites hunt together?

The larger the prey, the more birds will come down to feed. Some raptors, such as Harris’s hawks, hunt in small groups. Up to six birds can all hunt together to catch larger prey and they are generally more successful using this method. Some raptors will roost communally including harriers, kites and lesser kestrels.

What do you call a group of red kites?

“Is there a collective noun for a group of Red Kites?” A ‘roost’ of red kites – which is normally used to describe the communal winter gatherings. Also ‘husk’, ‘kettle’ and ‘soar’.

What is the collective noun for Dolphins?

Collective Nouns List

Animal Collective Noun In It’s Written Context
Dolphins school a school of dolphins
Dolphins pod a pod of dolphins
Dolphins herd a herd of dolphins
Dolphins team a team of dolphins

What is the collective noun of animals?

Collective Nouns List

Animal Collective Noun In It’s Written Context
Bats colony a colony of bats
Bats flock a flock of bats
Bears sleuth a sleuth of bears
Bears sloth a sloth of bears

Is there a bird called a kite?

kite, any of numerous birds of prey belonging to one of three subfamilies (Milvinae, Elaninae, Perninae) of the family Accipitridae. Typically, a kite is lightly built, with a small head, partly bare face, short beak, and long narrow wings and tail. Kites occur worldwide in warm regions.

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