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Recently the Boston Public Health had concerns about crow deaths along the BOSTON highways.The crows were checked for West Nile Virus but were found to be negative. Autopsies were performed and paint analysis showed 99% were struck by trucks and 1% by cars
They hired an ornathological behaviorist to determine why so many were hit by trucks only. The expert noted that the crows had positined a lookout bird while the rest feasted on the road kill.It was observed that te lookout warned the feasting birds when a car aproached by calling CAW but was mute when trucks came.

—Paul De Bakker, Thunder Bay, Ontario

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