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Seattle's Crows Have A Nighttime Meeting Spot

Crows fly from all over the Seattle region to reach their nighttime destination, where thousands upon thousands of them spend the night together. (Ken Christensen/KCTS9)
Crows fly from all over the Seattle region to reach their nighttime destination, where thousands upon thousands of them spend the night together. (Ken Christensen/KCTS9)

A listener to Here & Now contributing station KUOW in Seattle wondered about the hundreds of crows she sees flying in the same pattern each day. She wanted to know where they were going and why. Reporter Ashley Ahearn went to find out.


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  • Ashley Ahearn, environment reporter at KUOW and part of the multimedia collaborative project EarthFix. She tweets @aahearn.

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