Bird disease nothing to ‘crow’ about


The phenomenon occurs twice daily, once in the early morning and again in the late afternoon. While it doesn't compare with a solar eclipse, it's still impressive if you happen to be outdoors when it occurs. Even on a cloudy day, the sky begins to blacken and this continues for many minutes. No, it isn't a storm front moving in, but rather hundreds of crows, as the birds make their way to and from local roosting areas.

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