The standard collective nouns for dragons are: a flight of dragons; a weyr of dragons; a school of dragons; or a wing of dragons. A group of dragons, riders and support staff is called A Weyr of Dragons. A group of wild dragons is called A Thunder of Dragons due to the fact that their wings make a sound like thunder.
Are Wyverns a type of dragon?
Wyverns are very similar to dragons, and in many languages, cultures and contexts no clear distinction is made between the two. Since the sixteenth century, in English, Scottish, and Irish heraldry, the key difference has been that a wyvern has two legs, whereas a dragon has four.
What do you call a group of dinosaurs?
There aren't really specific terms for groups of dinosaurs. There are many group-terms for living dinosaurs – flock, gaggle, colony, murder. Some people may use these for dinosaurs, especially the more bird-like ones. Then again, there are terms we use today for larger animals: herd, band, pride, pack.