What is a group of owls called? “Did you know that a group of owls is called a ‘parliament‘?” “Did you know that a group of jellyfish is called a ‘smack’?” “Did you know that a group of Indonesian mountain weasels is called a ‘bubble gum’?”
What is a group of flamingos called? The collective noun to describe a gathering of flamingos is “flamboyance,” an appropriate term for these colorfully-feathered creatures. They flock together by the thousands on salt flats, lagoons, lakes, and swamps around the world, where they can filter-feed for shrimp, algae, and insects.
What is a group of woodpeckers called? A group of Woodpeckers hanging together is known as a “descent.” This makes sense because most Woodpeckers start at the top of trees and then continue to work their way down. If you see a group of Wrens together, then you are witnessing a “herd” or “chime” of Wrens.
What is a group of peacocks called? A group of peafowl is called an ostentation, or a pride—very appropriate for this showy bird. There are several genetic color mutations of Indian peafowl, including white. The Indian peafowl is the national bird of India and is protected in that country.