1. says

    I love crows, and I’ll never get a photo of one. I see them occasionally in Bismarck, but here at home, almost never. As always, they are considered the enemy by farmers, and they keep a serious distance from people. I’ve never had one show at the feeders, either. They’re too paranoid, with good reason.

  2. voyager says

    Sorry, I don’t know what happened there.
    In my neighbourhood we see crows every day and they have no fear of people. I love to watch them. They are comical and smart and will sometimes talk back to you. They don’t come to my feeders, though.

  3. says

    Oh, I’m envious. Out where I am, it would be extraordinary for a crow to trust a human enough to get close to them.

  4. says

    Here crows really habe different habbits depending on where they live. In towns they don’t give a toss about humans. Here, they are very private.
    I’m always happy to get them in front of the camera, because usually they taje off if I si much as walk past the window.

  5. Ice Swimmer says

    A fine set of pictures. Peck, check around, munch.

    Here crows tend to be brave but careful.

  6. Raucous Indignation says

    Caine, you can visit my back lawn anytime you’d like to commune with the crows.

  7. Raucous Indignation says

    Or, I can give you the name of the hotel we stayed at in Texas. You could have breakfast with the corvids as we did.

  8. says

    Mmm, reminds me of when I in my teens in SoCal, you could call down hordes of crows with a bag of sunseeds, they weren’t remotely shy. Used to sit out in the yard sketching them as they ate. I miss that.

  9. rq says

    Seems to have a lot to say about being photographed without permission in that last photo, he’s probably been brushing up on the new data protection rules coming out in May.

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