Calling All Crows: A Dog Behaviorist’s Observations of Corvid Behavior, Part 1

by Camille King

For generations, the American crow (Corvus brachyrhyncos) is a bird with well-established intelligence, especially in problem-solving skills, but it is viewed by many as an agricultural pest causing the destruction of crops, noise pollution—especially at roost sites—and unsightly landscapes from excrement in the environment.

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