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Crow – Bird of the Week

This is my entry for Don’t Hold Your Breath blog, Bird of the Week (BoW) Challenge. This is a fairly new challenge.

I took this photo last week of a crow that was sitting way up high in our maple tree. A few years ago, there was a crow that had a broken wing and he was stuck in our backyard. Chris fed it everyday and gave it water. After about two weeks, I was able to see him fly away. Since then, we get a single crow who comes back every spring and he sings his heart out. I always think of the crow Chris nursed back to life.

For the Love of Challenges

I’ve put together a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.

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  1. I love crows and don’t doubt this singing crow is the same one, or the memory was passed down to him from the one that was nursed back to health! They are so intelligent! I’m also happy to find a Bird of the Week Challenge, so thanks for that link, too! 🙂


  2. Great find. Crows are amazingly intelligent. There is a documentary somewhere regarding lessons passed on from one generation to another. Overseas, I once watched a crow ‘read’ a paperback on the beach; holding pages down with one foot and turning the others with its beak.


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