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Crows

Swooping crows plague Australians

November 25, 2016 By
Crows have been increasingly swooping at Australian passersby, and an ecologist says they could have picked up the behavior. “I think they’re learning exactly what the magpies are doing,” Dr. Darryl Jones, a Griffith University behavioral ecologist, tells the Australian Broadcasting... Read more»
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Did You Know? American Crow, Corvus brachyrhynchos

February 5, 2015 By
⦁ Crows are intelligent and can learn to count, talk, solve puzzles, and create and use tools to solve problems. So far, they haven’t figured out the New York Times Crossword Puzzle, but some are clearly smarter than a fifth... Read more»

Bird ID Essential to Management

January 1, 2008 By
By: Dan Collins My interest in birds began at age 15. At that time, I simply couldn’t believe all the different species of birds living in my backyard. I was hooked. My spare time was devoted to finding and identifying as... Read more»
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Crow Problems Plague Cortland, N.Y.

February 6, 2006 By
CORTLAND, N.Y. — The city of Cortland, N.Y. is considering hiring a pest management company to deal with a growing problem with crows. Here’s the story, according to News 10 Now, based in Syracuse, N.Y.: The City of Cortland has some unwanted visitors.... Read more»
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“Bird brain” not such an insult

August 29, 2002 By
Researchers have discovered what many pest management professionals already knew: Some birds are really smart. In a recent issue of “Science,” experts share the results of their research, which shows a New Caledonian crow creating tools to get what she... Read more»
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