posted on Jun, 12 2010 @ 12:57 AM
They sound like starlings. Starlings travel in enormous flocks and will "take over" entire stretches of forest or power lines to roost for the
evening, as we're seeing in the video. They breed in the early summer, and will start nesting around September in the United States.
What you're looking at here is not some sort of panic migration, but is in fact typical starling behavior. These birds have spent all day screwing
and gorging themselves, in a massive avian bacchanalia, and are now settling down for the night. In the morning the only evidence that they were there
will be about an inch of bird crap under those power lines.
[edit on 12-6-2010 by TheWalkingFox]