THOUSANDS of starlings create a T-Rex shaped dino-soar effect as they swoop across the sky.
The huge group, known as a murmuration, also formed up in shapes like a seal, peacock and whale.
The huge groups of Starlings, known as a murmuration, form up in shapes[/caption]
James Arnold of Chesire snapped a group of these birds formed up in the shape of a dinosaur[/caption]
The starlings gather to scare off predators such as sparrowhawks[/caption]
The starlings gather to scare off predators such as sparrowhawks.
James said: “As soon as I took the pictures I knew I had got something special. It is quite a thing to see.”
“There were thousands and thousands of them moving in incredible shapes like dolphins, seals and all sorts of birds. It was a great thing to catch.
These shapes are created when birds of prey are trying to come and catch them – here forming a whale[/caption]
Wildlife snapper James Arnold, 61, spent seven weeks capturing the images near Malpas, Cheshire[/caption]
“Since then I have been trying to find places that have the same thing but I have not experienced that since.
“These shapes are created when birds of prey are trying to come and catch them and kill them.