Flock of birds swarm into California woman’s home

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EXETER, CA – Shirley Brown, a woman in Exeter, California, was greeted by not one or two; but hundreds of birds circling in her home!

Apparently, the birds found their way in through the chimney.

How’d she get them out? With a vacuum cleaner of course.

The sound must have scared them because it sent them into a frenzy.

Oddly enough, this isn’t the first time this has happened.

Every night at around 8 a huge flock of black swift birds swarm into her nest.

Not the ideal welcome.

Brown is hoping that a weather change will send these birds flying back home. Or maybe she can start charging to see this feathery-attraction and make herself quite a nest-egg.

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