There is also a neat crow roost somewhere in the Lebanon/White River
area. Counted 500 heading west over exit 18 on i89 today.
On Wed, 30 Nov 2011 14:42:24 -0500, Jane Stein wrote:
Those pre-roosts have always reminded me of high-school kids on the bus
> after school. So much to communicate, so many disputes to be
> resolved, high energy all around.
> On 11/30/2011 1:22 PM, William Wright wrote:
> > A large number (many hundreds or more) of American Crows arrive in
> > fields behind our house in Shelburne each afternoon. I assume this is
> > a preroosting area, with most crows arriving from the south or east.
> > They leave in late afternoon heading north either over Shelbutne Point
> > or Shelburne Bay. Does anyone know where they're roosting?
> > Lots of fun to watch them diving, spiralling around each other as they
> > dive, etc. Quite a spectacle!
> > Also, two Eastern Bluebirds in a hedgerow nearby.
> > Chip Wright
> > Shelburne, VT