Red-winged blackbird attacking everyone in Toronto, including our reporter





Michelle Mackey gives us the play-by-play.

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10 Replies to “Red-winged blackbird attacking everyone in Toronto, including our reporter”

  1. Weather Network getting so bad now, they're actively seeking out stories they seen on this subject just for views. Guess its bound to happen when your channel is 90% ads, 3% forecast and 7% reruns of Storm Hunters from 5 years ago.

  2. Great reporting on a dangerous subject. She’s on it and taking one for the team.
    I’ve found wearing your sunglasses on the back of your head confuses the heck outta those vicious dive-bombing attack birds.
    Me 1, birds zip.
    Be nice, it’s B roll.

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