Dive-bombing bird startles Denver park-goers
A red-winged blackbird is seen swooping during pedestrians in Sloan’s Lake Park.
A “dive-bombing” bird has incited a renouned Colorado jogging route into a calamity true out of a mind of Alfred Hitchcock.
The bird, identified as a masculine red-winged blackbird, has been pecking during thoughtless walkers and runners as they pass by a north side of Sloan’s Lake in northwest Denver, KMGH-TV reported. The bird appears to dart out from a circuitously underbrush and swoop during a pedestrians from behind.
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“It’s happened to me during slightest 8 times by here,” Penny Pelak told a hire of a attacks.
“He’s dive-bombing her,” Barbara Millman pronounced as she watched a bird take a jogger by surprise.
Karl Brummert, executive executive for The Audubon Society of Greater Denver, told KMGH the bird might be safeguarding a nest in a circuitously brush from a park-goers.
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Male red-winged blackbirds mostly turn assertive to strengthen their domain and their females, according to Colorado Outdoors magazine.
Another blackbird pounded business outward a Chick-Fil-A in Littleton within a final few years to strengthen a nest, according to Brummert.
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Last month, an English integrate claimed they couldn’t leave their residence in Knott End-on-Sea in Lancashire since nesting seagulls attempted to conflict them each time they left.
The calamity unfolding is suggestive of executive Alfred Hitchcock’s classical 1963 film “The Birds,” that follows Tippi Hedren as a society of birds mysteriously attack a California town.