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Flocks Gallery

A flock is a group of animals that travel together in a coordinated way and can most commonly seen with birds, but can also be found among other species such as fish

Choose from 3,850 items in our Flocks Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Flocks Gallery: Black Brent GEESE - flock in V formation flight
Black Brent GEESE - flock in V formation flight
Flocks Gallery: Herdwick Sheep and Shepherd
Herdwick Sheep and Shepherd
Flocks Gallery: FEU-560
FEU-560
Flocks Gallery: WAT-2952
WAT-2952
Flocks Gallery: AEB 1779
AEB 1779
Flocks Gallery: Pyrenean Mountain Dog - Protecting sheep
Pyrenean Mountain Dog - Protecting sheep
Flocks Gallery: Long-tailed Duck - in water
Long-tailed Duck - in water
Flocks Gallery: HAR-71
HAR-71
Flocks Gallery: CAN-1971
CAN-1971
Flocks Gallery: Curlews (Numenius arquata) group flying over the sea during storm. Wales, UK December
Curlews (Numenius arquata) group flying over the sea during storm. Wales, UK December
Flocks Gallery: Chilean flamingos (Phoenicopterus chilensis) in flight over mountain peaks with glacier in
Chilean flamingos (Phoenicopterus chilensis) in flight over mountain peaks with glacier in the distance
Flocks Gallery: 11052-01365-798
11052-01365-798
Flocks Gallery: 11052-01351-798
11052-01351-798
Flocks Gallery: 10477-00060-153
10477-00060-153
Flocks Gallery: JD-15113
JD-15113
Flocks Gallery: 10468-00212-849
10468-00212-849
Flocks Gallery: 02537-00482-850
02537-00482-850
Flocks Gallery: AUS-888
AUS-888
Flocks Gallery: ROY-97
ROY-97
Flocks Gallery: AEB-201
AEB-201
Flocks Gallery: TOM-945
TOM-945
Flocks Gallery: GC-515
GC-515
Flocks Gallery: WAT-12543
WAT-12543
Flocks Gallery: ROG-12023
ROG-12023
Flocks Gallery: AU-108-GR
AU-108-GR
Flocks Gallery: SPH-1906
SPH-1906
Flocks Gallery: Lesser Sandhill Cranes - in flight - to roost at sunset - with Mount Diablo beyond
Lesser Sandhill Cranes - in flight - to roost at sunset - with Mount Diablo beyond
Flocks Gallery: Barn Swallows - massing on electricity cables prior to migrating
Barn Swallows - massing on electricity cables prior to migrating
Flocks Gallery: JVG-1953
JVG-1953
Flocks Gallery: PM-10277
PM-10277
Flocks Gallery: JPF-14319
JPF-14319
Flocks Gallery: JD-17142
JD-17142
Flocks Gallery: Brent Goose - winter flock in flight
Brent Goose - winter flock in flight
Flocks Gallery: ROY-241
ROY-241
Flocks Gallery: BB-1015
BB-1015
Flocks Gallery: FG-10431
FG-10431
Flocks Gallery: Flock of Grey herons (Ardea cinerea) standing in a line on the edge of a pond, Regents Park
Flock of Grey herons (Ardea cinerea) standing in a line on the edge of a pond, Regents Park
Flocks Gallery: Flock of Manx shearwaters (Puffinus puffinus) in flight over sea, near Ardnamurchan Point
Flock of Manx shearwaters (Puffinus puffinus) in flight over sea, near Ardnamurchan Point
Flocks Gallery: 88889-10949-075
88889-10949-075
Flocks Gallery: LOVEBIRDS - x five on branch
LOVEBIRDS - x five on branch
Flocks Gallery: WAT-3003
WAT-3003
Flocks Gallery: USH-1867
USH-1867
Flocks Gallery: Pink-footed Geese (Anser brachyrhynchus) in flight at dusk. The Wash. Norfolk, January
Pink-footed Geese (Anser brachyrhynchus) in flight at dusk. The Wash. Norfolk, January
Flocks Gallery: 01978-00748-758
01978-00748-758
Flocks Gallery: 11052-01164-231
11052-01164-231
Flocks Gallery: 10336-00019-798
10336-00019-798
Flocks Gallery: Starlings Sturnus vulgarus arriving at night time roost near Gretna Scotland December
Starlings Sturnus vulgarus arriving at night time roost near Gretna Scotland December
Flocks Gallery: Pink-footed Geese - skein in flight
Pink-footed Geese - skein in flight


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A flock is a group of animals that travel together in a coordinated way and can most commonly seen with birds, but can also be found among other species such as fish, sheep, and even insects. Flocking behavior is an example of collective behavior, which is the result of interactions between individual animals within the flock. The primary benefit of flocking for animals is safety in numbers; by traveling together, they can better protect themselves from predators. Additionally, flocking provides increased visibility and communication among members of the group. For example, when one bird spots a predator it will give an alarm call to alert the rest of its flockmates to take evasive action. This type of communication helps keep all members safe from danger and allows them to quickly respond to threats in their environment. Flocks also provide other benefits such as improved navigation and foraging efficiency. By flying or swimming together in formation, birds or fish can reduce drag on their bodies and conserve energy while traveling long distances over water or air. Furthermore, by forming large groups they can more easily locate food sources that would otherwise be difficult to find alone due to their size or location within the environment. The social dynamics within they can complex yet fascinating; each member has its own role that contributes towards maintaining order within the group as well as helping it achieve its goals efficiently and safely. While some individuals may take on leadership roles others may act more like followers who help spread out information throughout the flock quickly so everyone knows what’s going on at any given time during flight or migration patterns for instance . In conclusion ,flocking behavior provides many advantages for animals living in groups including increased safety from predators , improved navigation , better communication ,and enhanced foraging efficiency . It’s amazing how these creatures have evolved over time to develop such sophisticated strategies that help them survive in ever changing environments .