'Beware of crows:' Seattle Pacific University warns of aggressive birds
SEATTLE - Seattle Pacific University is issuing a strong warning to staff, students and visitors: Beware of Crows.
Signs seen this week on the university's campus say there have been some aggressive crows flying near 3rd Ave. W. and W. Bertona Street. They also said one student was injured.
The university is asking people to be careful when walking in that area.
They're not the only ones dealing with 'angry birds' in our region.
Just last week our neighbors to the north warned of crows dive-bombing people in Vancouver, British Columbia.
An instructor at a college there said in one day, there were more than 60 reports of crow confrontations in that city.