A STARLING murmuration has been captured over Droitwich.

This footage from Worcester News Camera Club member, Roger Mason, shows the birds as they carry out their 'dance,' flying together in the skies in formation.  

According to the Wildlife Trust, murmurations are huge groups of starlings that twist, turn, swoop and swirl across the sky in beautiful shape-shifting clouds.

The starlings from the same area come together above a communal roosting site, growing larger and moving in unison in an aerial dance.

Murmurations form during autumn and winter, with most migrant starlings arriving by late November and early December.

The footage was submitted on Monday, December 11.