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For residents near one Colorado lake, a simple stroll is turning into an unprovoked battle with the birds.
According to a report from the Denver Post, residents enjoying an outing at Sloan's Lake, outside of Denver, Colorado have reported an uptick in the number of spontaneous bird attacks.
Feathered - Foes - Treetops - Joggers - Walkers
Feathered foes have been descending from treetops to harass joggers and walkers as they pass underneath branches containing nests, say several people in the report.
The culprit, reports the Denver Post, is the red-winged blackbird, a modest-sized bird named for the red plumage on its wing near its breast.
One - Accostings - Residents - Mixture - Bemusement
While no one has been seriously hurt in the accostings, residents have reported a mixture of bemusement and shock
'It was terrifying,' said resident Anni Morrow who was walking her puppy before a bird came blustering down onto her head. 'For a quick second, I was like, what is happening?'
Resident - Mary - Heiman - Sloan - Lake
Another resident, Mary Heiman, who lives near Sloan's Lake had a lighter take on her her own incident....
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