Crows: clever, opportunistic and prone to hold grudges against certain humans


November 22, 2023

A stop at a suburban Seattle parking lot reminded me of the large number of crows in the Pacific Northwest. In the parking lot I could hear the familiar “caws” of foraging crows. Ten years ago, when my wife and I lived in Arlington, Washington (north of Seattle) every morning from my desk I could look out our second story window and see a small flock (called a “murder of crows”) working their way along the street, picking up bits of dropped food, forcing their way in to garbage bins set out for pickup and scavenging for things to eat. Just blocks away, living up to their reputation...

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