In this flock, every bird is a member.
A wildlife photographer captured starlings flying in a penis formation over California's Central Valley, Caters News reported.
Robert Palmer and a friend were photographing peregrine falcons when one of the predators found its prey, the starlings.
The starlings flew into several defensive formations, and Palmer snapped away, he told Caters.
Only later while editing the images later did Palmer discover he had captured a giant willy in the wild blue yonder.
"They usually don't form a phallic symbol," he told the New York Post.