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  1. Jeff
    January 9, 2019

    There is a large train yard adjacent to this area. Maybe their roosting spots in evening. Any connection?


  2. Susan Metcalfe LaRock
    November 14, 2018

    I used to live in Fair Oaks, CA just east of Sacramento. Our neighborhood probably was one of these staging areas, but the main roost was on the 5 just north of Sacramento at the railway yards. There they would spend the night on rooftops and telephone/electrical wires. Here in Plainfield, MA I have a mated pair who raise 2-4 young a year. I don’t know if they head to the main roost at night, but are here most days year round. When I lived here the first time in the 1970s, the crows were never here in the winter but would return in March most probably from down in Adams. We also now have a pair of ravens up on the hill behind the house and as you might guess, not welcome when they come down into the crows’ territory. We never had ravens here in the 1970s;


  3. TC
    March 28, 2018

    What an interesting post! I never knew this about crows.


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