We've been "enjoying," or perhaps I should say are entertained by, the nightly migration of the crows.
They start gathering in the trees by the hundreds across the canyon from our house in the evening, usually around dinner time. It takes 30 minutes or so for the community to assemble in the trees, with an occasional outburst of noise now and then caused by who knows what.
And then, usually while we are eating on the back patio, someone decides it's time to move on and they leave en masse, crowing loudly. The video did not turn out (but who really wants to listen to all that noise!!) and this is only a small collection of them. It takes 5 - 10 minutes for them to finish the flight over the house to the new home community next to our neighborhood. They seem to like roosting on the houses and in the yards - there are no trees yet.