Crows

A lot of crows spend the winter up north here these days because they have found it is easy to find food around the city.  Many more do take the long flight south though and now they are back – along with plenty of Canada Geese.

I took a few pictures of crows the last few days and although none of them are quality pictures (in fact most aren’t even 1/2 good), I decided to post them anyway.

Crow March 16
Crow March 16

The first 2 crows on the river.  One was busy in the water and seemed to be eating something.

Crow 1 Mar 16
Crow 1 Mar 16
Crow 2 Mar 16
Crow 2 Mar 16
Crow 3 Mar 16
Crow 3 Mar 16

The other was playing on the rocks before deciding to fly over to see what his friend was doing.

Crow 4 Mar 16
Crow 4 Mar 16
Crow 5 Mar 16
Crow 5 Mar 16
Crow 6 Mar 16
Crow 6 Mar 16
Crow1 Mar 22
Crow1 Mar 22

There was just one crow this morning and he had something in his mouth.  He was very close to me, but flew away as I was lifting up the camera.  He landed further away, and was not looking in my direction as I snapped the picture.

Crow 2 Mar 22
Crow March 22

Crows are a lot of fun to watch.  They love to play.

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