Bird Attacks

by Raymond Willis
(South Park, PA, USA)

This is from a relative today out with her kids and the family and was attacked in a strange way for no known cause. They all went to her parents like they do every Sunday for family dinner night. She, her two small children went sledding down the huge hill in the back yard when all of a sudden this HUGE bird came out of no where and was circling and then swooped down and was dive bombing The small child!


It was all over them! She tried to chase it with the sled and her mother got its attention so she could try and get the kids inside. The massive bird came down on her mother pecking at her head!!! She ran at it with the sled again, it wasn't even scared! She all got into the house. She tried to research what kind of bird it was but had no luck. It was tagged though, very strange. The bird had big talons, big curved beak, solid black like a crow with a white band around its neck.

She and her dad went out to look for it but couldn't find it. I just thought would share this! Be on the look out for this huge black bird! it has a white neck and a white tipped beak wingspan was about the size of her 2 year old! They can laugh about it now knowing everyone is ok.

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