(Photo by Tom Houlihan)
You hear the chirp followed by, perhaps, a brief flash of red.
Then the feathered warrior swoops down, coming distressingly close to your head, and bringing back unpleasant memories of Alfred Hitchcock’s avian horror story, “The Birds.”
Red-winged blackbirds have reportedly scared the bejabbers out of golfers at Coyote Run for close to a decade. This year, for the first time, the golf course has posted signs warning patrons that they may be buzzed from on high. The signs tell golfers to beware of nesting blackbirds that are “very . . .
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