At the beach once the crow flock see me there they start gathering. They know that I will feed them upon my return trip down the sandy shore. This guy came so close to me it was almost like he was on my shoulder when I turned around. He now knows me so well he has limited fear. However, when I started taking pictures he moved and actually was like a shy little boy. Then he finally gave me the proud crow pose. Enjoy his gorgeous feathers!
Oh they LOVE you!
Yeah I feed them and crows know faces. I am doomed. 🙂
I just found your wonderful blog and I am hooked. I love to paint crows and ravens and often search for reference photos since I have not been successful yet at photographing my own. I’ve gotten a few but not as many good ones as you have been able to get. Which brings me to a question for you, how can I attract the crows in my area to come closer? I feed many birds with black sunflower seed, but never see crows at it. Blue Jays yes, but no crows. What do you suggest? Will they chase away my other birds if I can get them? I was so touched as I read the posts about death and the emotions of the crows.
I’d love to have you visit my blog and see my paintings of my whimsical crows and ravens. My site is jaimehaney.com/blog. Be back around soon 🙂
And I just started looking at your blog. Very nice. Wish I could paint but god gave me the textile quilt skills. Want the crows to come feed them peanuts and bread. Also go to places you see them like beaches and fast food places. Talk later. R
It’s somehow very comforting to know that I am not the only Crazy Crow Lady in Seattle. 🙂 We just need one more person to form a club. Ha!
They know the good people. 🙂
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