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My Son and I rescued a crow some years ago and although she is totally free refuses to leave. We call her "Lucky". She joins with the hens at feeding time and is also fond of dog food and fruit. One wing is slightly bent but this doesn't stop her flying. I think she is reaching maturity as she is calling a lot and another crow has been showing interest. Lucky only comes to me when she is hungry, but loves my son George and flies to him whenever he appears. We think Lucky is female but don't know for sureReplyDelete
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That sounds like typical crow behavior. Crows are so smart. They know when they've found friends. I'd love to have an experience like yours.
How lucky for "Lucky". I have a pair of crows that come and take the pieces of apple I throw out and sometimes they take the fox treats. I like having them around. They warn all the other critters when danger is coming. And they really defend their territory when a hawk comes in the area. They are fun to watch. Glad I don't have a whole bunch of them though.ReplyDelete
Crowd really clever animal . They looks ugly all in dark but they are wise .ReplyDelete
What a great video. Confirms why crows are so fascinating. We have alot in common.ReplyDelete