The Ithaca Voice | By Kelsey O’Connor | February 13, 2017

ITHACA, N.Y. — If you’ve been in Ithaca any evening this winter, you’ve likely heard the eerie sound of thousands of crows overhead filling the winter sky as they head to their roost for the night in the south of the city.

Large flocks of crows — poetically called “murders” — are not unusual in the winter, but this year’s flock is larger than normal in Ithaca.

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