Crows lose nesting grounds with new development

January 02, 2019
Nesting crows are being rendered homeless due to clear cutting in a Halifax neighbourhood.
Nesting crows are being rendered homeless due to clear cutting in a Halifax neighbourhood.
Jan. 2, 2019 – Clear cutting of an area near Halifax's Mount Saint Vincent University has displaced a long-standing crow roost, forcing birds that have nested there for centuries to seek new nesting grounds. The tree clearing aimed at accommodating new housing development has upset neighbouring residents.

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