If a crow seems angered by your presence, swooping at you or cawwing aggressively, it is most likely NOT just some crazy crow. It is probably a parent protecting its eggs and nest. It is easy to dismiss why a crow might be getting loud and obnoxious, disregarding the obvious—crows have a life too. What mother wouldn’t accost a stranger who walks into their baby’s nursery?
That is exactly what we are doing when we walk by a tree. They have no walls, they have no privacy, but they have a lot of love and a strong instinct to protect their young.
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(I am fortunate to live in Seattle where it seems the crows are interesting enough to make the news quite often! Yay Seattle! Yay for crows!)