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Bald Eagles Seem to Outnumber Crows in This Alaskan Town

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The town of Unalaska looks like it could be the hometown of America’s national bird.

Usually when you’re driving around in most small towns, you just see crows or some other kind of black bird alighting on roofs and light poles. It’s a little bit different in Unalaska, Alaska.

Here’s the town where our national bird takes a breather, and probably anything else that it wants.

Here’s the video:

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In The Little Town Of Unalaska, You May Find One Of America's Favorite Birds….Or A Few Hundred! Video Taken By @arni_coraldo On Instagram. Love Alaska? Like Us! > I Love Alaska

Posted by I Love Alaska on Monday, January 22, 2018

With a population of around 4,400, Unalaska is actually the biggest “city” on the Aleutian Islands.

It just so happens to also be a popular stomping ground for the bald eagles

It’s easy to see why there aren’t any other birds in that video. For those of us who have never been to this little town, this sure is amazing to see!

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Bald Eagles Seem to Outnumber Crows in This Alaskan Town