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Date: 1/5/21 6:25 pm
From: Elaine Faletra <elaine.faletra...> Subject: Re: [NHBirds] Winter Crow Roost: videos and updates!
Wow!! I have been monitoring your online crow patrol action and student research engagement via Winter Crow Roost for quite some time and this is my first reply. Truly amazing work! Thank you!!
I have a couple questions:
1) what and where do they eat all day and
2) are they likely to be struck by some sort of avian disease because of their crowded conditions? I remember the days of avian flu when you were asked to report dead crows for analysis. Did this kind of crowded roosting proceed the former avian flu?
Thank you so much for your continued updates. Crows are truly amazing birds!! I have a family of (only) 3 to 5 here but they visit the feeders most days and I think they have the keenest ability to see humans through windows - maybe followed by the Blue jay in that ability - at least for my native species.
> On Jan 5, 2021, at 8:28 PM, Craig Gibson <cbgibson...> wrote:
> Greetings all,
> The action around the Winter Crow Roost continues to be dazzling!
> First, you are invited to check out to short recent YouTube videos that help to appreciate this remarkable avian spectacle!
> Working with an FAA certified drone pilot with all proper clearances, we explored the extended roost area during the staging process
> as the Crows were still moving around and had not yet converged into the overnight roost area. Every effort was made to follow strict
> drone conservation biology standards for this type of activity. Well worth a look!
> Link: https://youtu.be/bSdnJ4w-d5U < https://youtu.be/bSdnJ4w-d5U>
> Second, don't miss this two minute video from last night where we experienced some of the most dramatic scenes during the staging process and while the Crows were vocalizing and streaming towards the overnight roost, as we well as infrared video segments near the end showing a late staging area and then a scan along the roost trees with an infrared illuminator!
> Link: https://youtu.be/nEFqX7u5_OY < https://youtu.be/nEFqX7u5_OY>
> Lastly, checkout the three recent blog postings listed below:
> Blog: http://www.wintercrowroost.com/crow-patrol/ < http://www.wintercrowroost.com/crow-patrol/>
> Mon. Dec. 28: with flight swarm action images and infrared images from after dark
> Tues. Dec. 29: more flight action swarm images and the full moon rising over the Merrimack River
> Wed. Dec. 30: staging and roosting images along with a night vision video showing a recurring group in the same location
> Craig Gibson
> 2021 Crow Patrol
> Lawrence, MA
> cbgibson AT comcast.net < http://comcast.net/>
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