Over the past few weeks, a large roost of crows has formed in the woods off Lansingville Rd just uphill and west of my house on Salmon Creek. Mid- morning they stream east in loose groups. But this morning, hundreds have dropped into the cleared cornfield on Salmon Creek Rd, and the many have made their way to the road itself, where they seem to be pecking at the compressed gravel and overturning dead vegetarian along the shoulder. There were at least 60 or more on the road directly in front of my house, scattering when a car comes by, and then reconvening. Thoughts on this? I'm enjoying the entertainment.
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