As does WRJ/Lebanon, NH they move from place to place, state to state
Etna, New Hampshire
> Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2012 19:25:28 -0500
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> Subject: Re: [VTBIRD] Crow Roost
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> St. Albans has a sizable crow roost between Lincoln ave and Main street along Steven's brook and sometimes bleeding into the park. At least 500 birds and up to 1000 is my guess.
> > Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2012 17:38:33 -0500
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> > Subject: Re: [VTBIRD] Crow Roost
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> > They have not been in Montpelier for several years. We used to have
> > quite the gathering, often numbering several thousand. They would
> > roost in various places around town, including right across from the
> > post office where their weight and activity literally shredded the
> > White Cedar trees around the church. The trees have recovered nicely.
> > I miss seeing them come into town in the evening.
> > >I live in Burlington and love watching the crows fly in every afternoon. I
> > >was wondering a) if anyone knows of any other crow roosts in Vermont (I'm
> > >particularly interested in any that might be near Hardwick/Montpelier) and
> > >b) how far away from Burlington do people notice the crows heading our
> > >direction? Thanks!
> > >
> > >Teage O'Connor
> > >Naturalist Educator
> > >crowspath.org <http://www.crowspath.org/>
> > >(802) 860.7284
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> > John Snell
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