Communal roosting

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Communal roosting is practiced by birds when large flocks or colonies roost together usually in trees with several hundred on each.

Several communal roosting trees can be located within densely populated cities nowadays where common birds like house sparrows and starlings etc. can be seen roosting in large numbers.

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