Most of the time, when we see birds there are just a couple flying together at the same time.

At the point when huge groups show up, the impact can be magical and also a little bit frightening.
Birds that fly in flocks have a tendency to do as such for different reasons: Searching, insurance, mating, raising families and warmth are only a part of the advantages that feathered creatures get by remaining nearby together.

Perhaps the birds from these pictures tried to find a shelter, but frightened by the sound of what it seems to be a gun, they flew away offering a wonderful picture.