Yes, flamingos do fly. Flamingos migrate to find new feeding and breeding grounds, and they rely on flight for their travel. They tend to fly in loose groups.
In order to fly, flamingos need to run a few paces to gather speed, and they usually take off facing into the wind. When flying, flamingos flap their wings fairly rapidly and almost continuously. And, as with most other flamingo activities, they usually fly together in large flocks. The flamingos follow each other closely, using a variety of formations that help them take advantage of the wind patterns.
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