[Tweeters] Bothell crows

dgrainger at birdsbydave.com dgrainger at birdsbydave.com
Wed Mar 3 13:21:27 PST 2021

A very large flyover of crows, all heading in one direction, happens
early evenings at our home in Port Townsend in the summer months, after
babies are fledged. Sometime we know exactly where they plan to roost
each year, but that does change. We like to say that they are all
heading for a giant pajama party. It is also interesting to see how the
occasional straggle really trys hard to catch up!

On 2021-03-03 12:23, Jill Freidberg wrote:

> I have witnessed peak roosting at UW Bothell, and I want to take my

> stepkids up there this Saturday. I’ve really talked it up, and I’m

> worried it might be underwhelming. This spring weather might have the

> crows staying closer to their nesting areas. Has anyone been up there

> in the last few days and seen the full cawcawphony? If so, about what

> time are the greatest numbers assembling. In the past, I’ve been

> surprised that the peak roosting activity seems to happen later than

> dusk, but it seems fluid.


> Thanks!

> Jill



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