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Wordless Wednesday: Crows


These Common Crows were photographed in the last week here at the local park and along the street where I live.  Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger picture.  Enjoy!








Comments on: "Wordless Wednesday: Crows" (8)

  1. i love these birds.

    • Hi Theresa, Yes, the Crows are neat birds. They are the first birds I hear each morning. They seem to be the announcers that the sun is up and everyone should be ready for their day. Have a wonderful afternoon!

  2. We have lots and lots of crows –and some of them are HUGE… They seem to protect the other birds from hawks (which is good)….

    We had our Dogwood Winter last night… Had a hard freeze… Hopefully, most everything in our yard is OKAY –although some of the Tulips are limp today…. I hope that Spring will get here to STAY this week.


    • Hi Betsy, I hope your weather gets warmer and stays that way. I hope your plants did not suffer too much from your freeze/frost. Have a great day tomorrow and enjoy the birds, deer, and other critters near you.

  3. Very nice! You have much better luck at photographing them than I do.

  4. The Crows seem to be piggies around here, they can eat all my peanuts before the woodies and the bluejays can get to them.. Your Crow photos are great. Have a great evening and rest of the week.

    • Hi Eileen, Thanks! The pictures where I was really close to the bird were taken at the park. I think that the Crows there are well fed with the leavings from the Koi Chow pellets and perhaps an illicit hand out from the visitors. Have a wonderful Thursday tomorrow!

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