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Just reviewed a news release from Hamilton College, located in Clinton, N.Y., on the results of a fascinating recent [...]
Post and photos submitted by Craig Gibson From June 29 through June 31, 2018, the North Cascades Institute hosted Prof. John [...]
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They were black silhouettes scattered among a maze of tree limbs set on a backdrop of blue sky. What were they? Crows, and lots of them, and with more to come.
On most winter nights, 30,000 to 40,000 crows fill Hill District trees overlooking Bigelow Boulevard. It's a loud, dramatic spectacle that obviously brings to mind Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 movie, "The Birds."