When is a Flock Not a Flock?
Veterinary & Aquatic Services Department, Drs. Foster & Smith

Birds of a feather flock together, but it's not always called a flock. Try matching the group name on the left with the proper species of bird on the right. If you get stumped, don't fly the coop!

1. A congress of

A. Flamingos
2. A covey of B. Owls
3. An exhaltation of C. Geese
4. A gaggle of D. Quail
5. A gulp of E. Starlings
6. A murmuration of F. Pheasants
7. A muster of G. Nightingales
8. A nye of H. Cormorants
9. A paddling of I. Crows
10. A parliament of J. Snipe
11. A sord of K. Mallards
12. A stand of L. Larks
13. A watch of M. Peacocks
14. A wisp of N. Ducks



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