The Eagle Tribune
By Terry Date
LAWRENCE — So many crows. So many questions.
It’s a bone-chilling sunset in January and 15 men and women, their boots anchored to the snow-covered riverbank, are taking in a spectacle.
They watch 15,000 cawing crows breaking into smaller groups and “leap frogging” among trees.
Why this knocking around in cliques before settling in for the night — all together — at a final roosting spot along the Merrimack River?