The Quietness of Crows — The Urban Nature Enthusiast

“Quiet” and “crow” are, let’s face it, rarely used in the same sentence. We tend to think of crows as stridently outspoken and rowdy birds, bringing a racket wherever they go. Crow nesting and fledging time can be especially raucous, with parent crows cawing wildly at fledglings, and at potential threats to fledglings; and the…

The Quietness of Crows — The Urban Nature Enthusiast

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