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True. Not only crops but they will pick the eyes out of livestock.I remember someone shared a video of what many people would like to think was a "friendly crow" nudging a hedgehog across the road in order to save it's life. In fact, the crow was just trying to make the hedgehog unfurl so it could attack it's eyes.
@OfDeath I never heard of a crow attacking a live animal. They are scavengers. Maybe what you saw was a raven?
@JoseLuisGonalez Well you learn something new every day. I don't mean Ravens. Crows pick out the eyes of young livestock. Usually lamb.
Well, Odin is the "raven god" so it makes sense
Fuck these are crows
Birds are smart. Crows especially. They have about the same cognitive reasoning as a 7-year old child. Odin lore alternates between "crow" and "raven" possibly from translations, wildlife differences, or simply because they're hard to tell apart. But predominantly crows.
@Jjpayne Crows and Ravens are VERY different, especially in some Native American Ways!Both have Great Power, in many Native Ways, but they are very different, even though they look very similar.
I was playfully using the raven :) but I know crows are some other place... Maybe the stephen King movie the stand... 🤔
@Jjpayne Not offended, but just saying that nobody thinks about Native Americans, with things like this! I am not one, but know many, and if EVERYTHING is RACIST now, they need to have their say, as well!!! The Native Americans, were fcked over AT LEAST AS BAD, if not WORSE than blacks! Yet NOBODY TALKS ABOUT THE Lakota, or Ojibway in Minnesota!! Sorry, if I missed some others!! Tell me, please!
Here's something that'll give you nightmares:https://youtu.be/cbO0Dm3f_hY
Although I think ravens inhabiting abandoned buildings may be responsible for tales of them being haunted (i. e. how people hear voices when no one's there).https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zA9KTw07Ax0https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbO0Dm3f_hYAnd if that wasn't creepy enough they can switch back and fourth between male and female voices:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFXU7o0fYII
A few weeks ago I was driving and saw a murder of crows (yes people, a group of crows us called a "murder"... look it up) on someone's front lawn while waiting for a traffic light to change. Crows are NOT tiny birds.
Another group of black birds, ravens, are called an "unkindness" or "conspiracy". The first raven group terminology I knew already, the second one I did not know. Names of groups of animals in general are weird and interesting. I don't know why I find this fascinating.Nevermore...
Hmm.. Quite fascinating. 🤔
A group of pandas is an "embarrassment".
Poor pandas. 🐼
A group of giraffes is a "tower". That one actually makes sense. Must be an accident. lol
I'll try that next time.
Nobody said anything about cows. 😂
Sorry lol I read it too fast I thought you said cows
I think it’s more like a glance and I just assumed you said cows
Oh. I must be seeing some other birds outside my window.
I didn't know there were short, black, flying flamingos. 🤔
Flamingos usually stand on one leg while the other is tucked beneath their bodies. The reason for this behaviour is not fully understood. One theory is that standing on one leg allows the birds to conserve more body heat, given that they spend a significant amount of time wading in cold water. However, the behaviour also takes place in warm water and is also observed in birds that do not typically stand in water. An alternative theory is that standing on one leg reduces the energy expenditure for producing muscular effort to stand and balance on one leg. A study on cadavers showed that the one-legged pose could be held without any muscle activity, while living flamingos demonstrate substantially less body sway in a one-legged posture. As well as standing in the water, flamingos may stamp their webbed feet in the mud to stir up food from the bottom.Flamingos are capable flyers, and flamingos in captivity often require wing clipping to prevent escape. A pair of African flamingos which had not yet had their wings clipped escaped from the Wichita, Kansas zoo in 2005. One was spotted in Texas 14 years later. It had been seen previously by birders in Texas, Wisconsin and LouisianaYoung flamingos hatch with grayish-red plumage, but adults range from light pink to bright red due to aqueous bacteria and beta-carotene obtained from their food supply. A well-fed, healthy flamingo is more vibrantly colored, thus a more desirable mate; a white or pale flamingo, however, is usually unhealthy or malnourished. Captive flamingos are a notable exception; they may turn a pale pink if they are not fed carotene at levels comparable to the wild.The greater flamingo is the tallest of the six different species of flamingos, standing at 3.9 to 4.7 feet (1.2 to 1.4 m) with a weight up to 7.7 pounds (3.5 kg), and the shortest flamingo species (the lesser) has a height of 2.6 feet (0.8 m) and weighs 5.5 pounds (2.5 kg).
I've been a flamingologist for 14 years
If crows really do not exist, then who are you (shitting everywhere )?
The love of your life
Pls say it back wtf
Okay here you go :wtf
You didn't have to do me like that 😔