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RAW VIDEO: Starlings Migrate Over Rome

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November 15, 2012
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About one million starlings migrate over Rome during the autumn and winter period, spending the nights in the trees by the Tiber River, while teams in the city use recordings of the starlings' distress call to repel the birds.


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