“The Birds” in Auburn New York

Another weird animal posting today which appears to be  right out of Alfred Hitchcock’s movie, “The Birds.” It is a classic film from 1963, but  one  of those films , if you see it , you will always remember  especially when  you see birds perching on wires or trees in large flocks.  My son works in Auburn and has seen the birds flying into town at twilight as he is driving home  to Skaneateles.

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I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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13 Responses to “The Birds” in Auburn New York

  1. markbialczak says:

    Auburn has a well known crow problem, Anne. Over the years, there’s been plenty of coverage as politicians and populace discuss what should and could be done about it.

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  2. In Brooklyn NY a truck carrying tropical birds crashed or something and the birds escaped. Now years later there are flocks of parrots in nests by Brooklyn College. I think they stay warm near the heating systems of the school.

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  3. YellowCable says:

    I am really curious what attracts those birds. There are sooo many of them.

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    • annetbell says:

      I checked with another blogger who said that it has been gong on for ages , and no one can get them to leave or knows what they are attracted to! Glad it isn’t here. Did you notice the dirty sidewalk?

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  4. LOL “we want to ‘politely ask the crows to leave’.” best line in the entire video. laughed so loud i scared my dogs. 🙂

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