At the 189 interchange on 89 heading south I saw a group heading south over the general area of Dorset Park in South Burlington.
Driving south on 89 from the Winooski River Bridge just south of the Exit 15 on ramp, I saw a rather spread out group heading West into or above the Centennial Woods Natural Area.
Hundreds of crows coming to roost behind Magic Hat Brewing. I started to watch them heading north from Shelburne along Rt.7, so I turned left on Bartlett Bay Rd, as that seemed like the best chance to see where they were roosting. From the back of Magic Hat's parking area there is access to a train platform that gives good viewing to the south and east. I watched waves of crows numbering from 100-300 fly in from the east, as well as a steady stream from the south. From 4:10 till 4:35 I estimate 1,500 crows flew in to join an untold number that were already in the trees west of the train tracks.
60 + crows streaming north to south directly over the Burlington Country Club golf course.
Crow roost in South Burlington in the ravine next to the ComfortSuites@ 1712 Shelburne Road. There appear to be many hundreds which arrive there about 5-5:30 pm, flying in a stream from the SE. They fly out to that direction in the morning as well.
Adult, basic. Feeding on fruits.
It is the first sighting for this bird marked in 2012 as a chick in the Deslauriers colony (45,000 pairs) just east of Montreal