This week everywhere I turned there was another baby crow. Here are five of them playing, feeding and in general being goofy babies. I went from worrying if I would ever hear the “mama mama” caw of a baby crow this year to oodles of them. Once I zero’d in on them the deal was sealed that they were youngsters seeing blue eyes and how their mouth corners are pink.
From our living room window we got the best show. Here is a little one frolicking in the trees behind our neighbor’s house. Check out how he bounces around like a human youngster.
It’s so cute it HURTS! Gah!
Every year I search them out cause they are so so so cute. Having raised a baby crow kind of got me addicted. R
OH my! They are so sweet. You are so fortunate to be able to observe these wonderful, inquisitive beautiful creatures! I just love it that you share these guys with us all the time. And thank you for mentioning the way to tell a youngster… that will be good to know for my paintings. I painted a mama and her baby crow in January, if you’d like to see it here is the link (hope you don’t mind) http://jaimehaney.com/painting-6-greater-love/#.U63IOo1dWZM
oh that is sweet. You know nature & life throws all kinds of wonderful things. I worry what will I write about or share this week. Then I just let it happen and something like all these baby crows appear in my path. you know that yourself. Eyes open & your heart will be fed. Robin