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NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND - JULY 10: A group of European Bee-Eaters sit on branches at Cemex's East Leake Quarry on July 10, 2017 in Nottingham, England. Thousands of birwatchers have visited the quarry over the last couple of weeks after a reported seven of the birds have taken up residence. The rare migrant birds, usually found across the Mediterranean and in North Africa have also been showing signs of 'mating behaviour', according to staff at the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

We’ve seen similar attacks like this before, but it’s always so weird.  People walking on a San Francisco sidewalk have been getting ATTACKED by birds that swoop in and peck at their heads.  It’s been going on every day for three weeks.  Apparently, they’re nesting and protecting their babies.

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Dive-bombing birds attack unsuspecting Castro pedestrians

Dive-bombing birds are making life miserable for some shoppers heading to a supermarket in San Francisco's Castro District. KTVU sent cameraman Greg Grinsell to the scene after receiving a tip. He said he spotted at least half a dozen pedestrians at Market and Church near Safeway when a bird could be seen swooping down and attacking people's heads.