A Murder of Crows
Why do crows live in a group? How does a crow crack a walnut? How many crows are in a murder? Find the answers to these and many more questions in A Murder of Crows. Many birds live alone, but crows live in a group called a murder. Read this book to look at the fascinating life and habits of each member and to see how a murder of crows works.
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adult crows Attracting a mate Baby birds Backyard Bird beak Birds of prey birds rest Blackbirch Press bring them food build calls sound Carrion crows cars clams Clark's nutcracker common crows copying other crows CrovJS Crow chicks crow finds crow's crows and common crows are usually crows eat Crows learn crows live Crows sometimes cuckoo eggs different habitats dominant male eat both animals eat crow eggs or chicks eggs warm Family flocks Farmington Hills feathers feed female crow fight find nesting flock members flock sometimes flocks of crows group of animals group of crows grub hatch haue hooded crow human holding insect jackdaw kind of call leaues lookout magpies male crow omnivore pair of crows pass on information pecking order predators preen rest or sleep roost smart birds species telephone poles territory things Crows top of telephone trees twig type of crow vulture warning call wings young crows stay