Drunk Birds In Northern Minnesota...No It's Not A Typo

Well if booze really does warm you up then, I guess I wouldn't migrate either, i'd just stay in town. The northern Minnesota town of Gilbert experienced an early frost and because of this, certain berries in the area have fermented earlier than they usually do. Many of the birds haven't yet migrated south for the winter, they usually don't begin their migration until mid October. 

"It appears that some of the birds are getting a little more 'tipsy' than normal," Gilbert PD said on Facebook. "Generally, younger birds' livers can't handle the toxins as efficiently as more mature birds." "There is no need to call law enforcement ... as they should sober up within a short period of time."

I need to move up north I guess, I think I just found my spirit animal

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