Starlings Flock to Oldham County, C-J’s Emily Hagedorn Explains: State of the News

by Laura Ellis on February 18, 2012

On Friday’s State of the News, we heard about the tens of thousands of birds circling over Oldham County. It’s called a murmuration—when flocks of starlings come together and fly in dense formations—and it’s been happening nightly in LaGrange since late fall. Emily Hagedorn covered the story for the Courier-Journal, and she joined us to talk about why it might be happening and how residents are coping with the birds.

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