This is why we can't have nice things.
What made Alfred Hitchcock's birds go bananas and start pecking out the eyeballs of the good people of Bodega Bay, California? Scientists think they've finally figured it out.
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Comes news that could lead someone to adapt Alfred Hitchcock's horror film "The Birds" and take it in a different direction-a direction that's both scary and scatalogical. Maryn McKenna, the science journalist widely known as Scary Disease Girl, tweeted this alert:
In a scene that's equal parts Hitchcock and Assault on Precinct 13, aggressive, territorial crows near an Everett, Washington police station have singled out officers for divebomb attacks. How come? The antsy crows are defending their newly airborne chicks.