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    The past two days about five large crows near my place circled round in the branches overhead and yelled at me to go away when I went outside to check the weather.

    I found it amusing and laughed and mocked them, but I did eventually go back inside since it seemed they were serious.

    This morning after a web search I saw that this must be nesting season for them, and therefore the reason for their complaints.

    I also read that they can form – and hold – grudges against particular humans.

    I'm ready for my closeup, Mr. Hitchcock.
  2. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    16 Jul '19 20:22
    @caesar-salad said
    I also read that they can form – and hold – grudges against particular humans.
    Not only that but they can teach the aversion to their offspring.
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    16 Jul '19 20:32
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    16 Jul '19 21:24
    YouTube : crows

    i found the screams most interesting
  5. Standard memberdrewnogal
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    @rookie54 said
    [youtube crows]/4Ev0TYKH9jE[/youtube]

    i found the screams most interesting
    That's why a group are called a murder of crows.
  6. SubscriberPatzering
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    16 Jul '19 23:15
    Crows always stare at me and I stare back.
    I think they can see something evil inside me. 🤔
  7. Arch Stantons Grave
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    16 Jul '19 23:24
    Roger Stone recently complained he and his wife were viciously attacked by a large crow.

    I suppose this is what is meant by killing 2 stones with 1 bird.
  8. Arch Stantons Grave
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    16 Jul '19 23:27
    @patzering said
    Crows always stare at me and I stare back.
    I think they can see something evil inside me. 🤔
    They are your old drinking 'buddies' reincarnated into higher creatures.
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    @the-gravedigger said
    They are your old drinking 'buddies' reincarnated into higher creatures.
    Probably came back for that 20 bucks I never paid back 🤔
  10. Arch Stantons Grave
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    @patzering said
    Probably came back for that 20 bucks I never paid back 🤔
    Borrow you pals assault rifle and show em who's boss.
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    @the-gravedigger said
    Borrow you pals assault rifle and show em who's boss.
    Genius 😉
    I might even feed them first.
  12. Arch Stantons Grave
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    @patzering said
    Genius 😉
    I might even feed them first.
    Like your style 😆
  13. Standard membercaissad4
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    17 Jul '19 01:36
    @handyandy said
    Not only that but they can teach the aversion to their offspring.
    The PBS documentary, A Murder of Crows, is fascinating.
    Crows are more intelligent than a large number of humans I know.
  14. Standard memberMudfinger
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    17 Jul '19 03:31
    @patzering said
    Crows always stare at me and I stare back.
    I think they can see something evil inside me. 🤔
    I think they see something feminine in you.
  15. Standard memberMudfinger
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    @caissad4 said
    The PBS documentary, A Murder of Crows, is fascinating.
    Crows are more intelligent than a large number of humans I know.
    I'm not at all surprised.
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