Conditions: clear skies, light winds, temp at 73F; sunset time 6:30PM

Arrived at Mill240 building at 6:20PM for Monday night Crow Patrol with loud vocalizations and Crow action across the Merrimack River. Crows were gathering on the CubeSmart storage building, in the trees below, and in the truck depot area just before sunset time. Image below 5 minutes past

Streams of arriving crows kept coming in from the west and south. A small group of Crows assembled along northern roof edge of New Balance building mostly at the east end of the building. Image about 20 minutes after

The first crows converged into the roost trees about 10 minutes after sunset time with many more to follow. About 20 minutes after sunset time, had nice looks at Crows numbers growing in the roost trees from vantage point on east side of Mill240 building and almost directly across the river. Image 25 minutes past

Made my way to middle of the Duck Bridge on the west side for great views of the roost trees as the crows totally quieted down for the night. A few Crows settled into trees along the north side of the river. Image 65 minutes past with specialized infrared camera…..  Another terrific Crow Show!

Photo gear used for this outing:

Canon EOS 80D with Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS 

Canon EOS 80D with Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS (Infrared)

Canon 1DX MK II with Canon EF Telephoto Zoom 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM

ATN BinoX 4K 4-16x Day and Night Smart HD Binoculars with photo/video

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Blog post and photos by Craig Gibson, 2020 Crow Patrol, Lawrence, MA