The main collective nouns for Storks are a flight, a muster, a mustering, and a phalanx. Other collective nouns for Storks include a troop, a swoop, and a silence. The etymology of the collective nouns for Storks is derived from the birds’ behavior in the wild. A flight is a group of Storks flying together, a muster is a group of Storks gathering together, a mustering is a group of Storks gathering in preparation for a flight, and a phalanx is a group of Storks standing in a line. These collective nouns are used to describe the behavior of Storks in the wild.