Up To 10,000 Crows Invade The City Of Bluefield In West Virginia Every Winter And It’s A Sight To Be Seen
West Virginia is known for her birds, and we’re okay with that. We like that ornithologists from around the world can visit our abundance of rivers and wildlife management areas to spot eagles, hawks, and warblers. We’re proud to host a week-long birding festival every spring that draws crowds in the thousands.
What do you think of Bluefield’s mega-flock? Creepy? Interesting? Do you know of any other cities in West Virginia that enjoy a love/hate relationship with crows? Let us know in the comments.
Oh, and crows aren’t the only thing to flock to the Mountain State–remember this invasion last year?
Address: Bluefield, WV 24701, USA
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