American Crow- this is a beautiful bird who is highly intelligent and shouldn't be considered as bad luck

American Crow - a highly intelligent bird. No kidding. they open our birdfeeder to eat!

☆☆Beautiful Crow, one of my favourite birds ♡ They are so intelligent beautiful, I don't understand people not liking them or being afraid of them☆☆

Crows are members of a widely distributed genus of birds, Corvus, in the family Corvidae. Ranging in size from the relatively small pigeon-size jackdaws to the Common Raven of the Holarctic region and Thick-billed Raven of the highlands of Ethiopia.

Raven vs. Crow. Ravens: A "trickster" in Native American stories and myths, he is sometimes a hero, a troublemaker, a glutton, a buffoon, a destroyer or a creator. The Trickster alternately scandalizes, disgusts, amuses, disrupts, chastises, and humiliates (or is humiliated by) humans. Raven is extremely jealous of any entity that Human Beings hold in high regard

What's the difference between a raven and a crow? One of the most obvious differences is size, crows are about as large as pigeons, while ravens can be as big as a red tailed hawk, almost twice as big!

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Ravens' tails are tapered at the end, giving them a diamond or wedge shape compared to a crow's shorter, squarer tail.

American Crows are familiar over much of the continent: large, intelligent, all-black birds with hoarse, cawing voices. Sighted in treetops, fields, and roadsides, and in habitats ranging from open woods and empty beaches to town centers. They usually feed on the ground and eat almost anything – typically earthworms, insects and other small animals, seeds, and fruit but also garbage, carrion, and chicks they rob from nests.

American Crows are familiar over much of the continent: large, intelligent, all-black birds with hoarse, cawing voices.

This American Crow was having a feast on hornets as it pulled them out one by one through a hole it punctured at the top of the nest. by Daniel Cadieux on 500px

A Wasp Eating Crow: This American Crow was having a feast on hornets as it pulled them out one by one through a hole it punctured at the top of the nest. by Daniel Cadieux on

American Crow - Whatbird.com

American Crow - seen from Doernbecher Children's hospital Portland, Oregon

Native American crow #tattoo

Native American crow --- I think it'd be really fun to have a native American tattoo ^_^

American Crow, Identification, All About Birds - Cornell Lab of Ornithology

My dear sensitive and appreciative brother kindly requested that I "pin" this crow (roll eyes.

Tips to identify American crows and common ravens, including telling the difference between these two corvids. Includes a quick reference table.

Raven vs. Crow - Which Is Which?

Tips to identify American crows and common ravens, including telling the difference between these two corvids. Includes a quick reference table.

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