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american crow

  1. American Crow.jpeg

    American Crow.jpeg

    American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos brachyrhynchos) with a Least Sandpiper (Calidris minutilla) in the foreground.
  2. Crow in the Snow

    Crow in the Snow

    American Crow in a snow storm
  3. American Crow

    American Crow

    The wild crows around here are very shy and cautious around humans. However I have a family of four that are getting quite friendly. This one was literally just outside a window, cawing loudly to get my attention so I'd give it a treat. Of course, I did. lol
  4. American Crow.jpg

    American Crow.jpg

    American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos brachyrhynchos)
  5. Crow

    Crow

    I was wondering why the peanuts were going so fast. Looks like this fellow shouldn't have been on the branch below his buddies. It's time for a bath after dinner!
  6. American Crow

    American Crow

    Crow isn't polite. Crow doesn't shyly or quietly ask, "Please sir, can I have some more?" No, crow is more direct. "GIMMIE GIMMIE GIMMIE GIMMIE!!"
  7. LOUD MOUTHED BRAT

    LOUD MOUTHED BRAT

    Oops, I meant to say "American Crow". Here cawing loudly, letting me know he's out there, and expecting something to eat. People ask me why I didn't get another dog when mine passed a few years ago. I said I have things here (crows) that eat as much as a dog so I don't need another one.
  8. Crow and Burning Bush.

    Crow and Burning Bush.

    I have a family of three crows that swing by the yard most every day. They will land on this fence, or a tree branch nearby, and caw loudly until I come out and give them something to eat.
  9. American Crow

    American Crow

  10. Hung around for a bit

    Hung around for a bit

    ..giving me the opportunity for this Pic that I'm happy with ;)
  11. American Crow

    American Crow

    Looking in through the window at me, expecting treats.
  12. American Crow

    American Crow

    You might be seeing a lot more crow photos from me. Usually the wild crows around here are extremely shy, and they have unbelievable eyesight. Big as they are, the slightest movement in a window and they are gone, making getting a decent shot of one very difficult. However, this one seems to be...
  13. American Crow

    American Crow

    One of a pair that drop by daily and wait for me to give them as treat. They come closer and closer to alert me to their presence. This guy was just outside my living room window. You look in that eye and see a real intelligence there.
  14. Crow with a stolen catfish

    Crow with a stolen catfish

    I am making assumptions, but, considering the fact that the poor Kingfisher was still in the area, I am pretty certain that she was the victim of this Crow's kleptomania. I missed it, but another Crow tried to make THIS Crow a victim too. They briefly fought over the fish. Noisy cusses...
  15. Enjoying the Sun

    Enjoying the Sun

    Yard Bird
  16. American Crow

    American Crow

    One of a mated pair that come to the yard daily now, looking for a snack. I fed these two most of the winter and they seem glossy and healthy.
  17. American Crow

    American Crow

    Normally the biggest bird in my yard is a jay or a dove. So it's a bit jarring to look out my kitchen window to see a big crow just outside.
  18. American Crow

    American Crow

    Squirrels, chipmunks, blue jays, they all like acorns. Apparently crows like to dine on them as well.
  19. Amcar

    Amcar

    Well, that's how I pronounce AMCR to myself when eBirding them ;)
  20. American Crow

    American Crow

    It was hanging around mt yard this morning, hoping for a treat.
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