A flock of moving back and forth between the ground and an electrical transmission tower (neither of which you can see here, but that's what they were doing).

@brion I bet they're using a variation of the IP over Carrier Pigeon protocol

I remember large flocks of Starlings as a kid: after feeding on the grounds of Eden Park they would congregate in the treetops before taking off in a huge flock that wheeled about in close formation and then headed off to their roosting site at another park a few miles away. A sight never to be forgotten (and never seen since.)

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