Saturday, February 17, 2018

I WARNED YOU THERE WOULD BE CROWS




No caws for alarm.
Just another crow.

10 comments:

Lisa Bowman said...

I love crows. They migrate to our area every winter. Hundreds of them fly by our house coming and going to their nightly roost. It is interesting to listen to them discussing where they are going to forage . They are very conversational.

Sadami said...

Wow, congrats, Rhonda, you've created a masterpiece! Cheers, Sadami

AK said...

These are one of the smartest birds and this is a fabulous tribute to them. Great job.

Barbra Joan said...

I love , love crows. Very well done..

RH Carpenter said...

You are so lucky, Lisa. I would love to have a lot of crows - we do have a few but probably less than a dozen here. I hear them cawing to each other in the mornings, but they don't come close - have to have a long lens to get photos from trees in other yards. I have heard they can be pests with their curiosity, though.

Sadami, thanks, you are too kind :)

RH Carpenter said...

Yes, Asit, they are very smart birds. I've read a lot about them and what they can do. Maybe that's why I like them so much but they are special for me.

Thanks, Barbra Joan. I love them, too, and it's always uplifting to hear them calling to each other in the woods behind us. Have you read about the little girl who started getting gifts from the crows in her town - she's collecting a lot of things on her walks as the crows recognize her and leave her little things they've picked up :)

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

can never have enough birds :) looks great :)

all kinds of corvids around here and they have no fear of anything :P

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Jennifer Rose. I feel the same way - never enough birds :). Love to watch them - and love to hear the crows cawing in the morning and evening. The birds are really singing around here - they know spring is coming!

Caroline Simmill said...

Such a fine handsome fellow this crow is Rhonda!

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

This one looks so regal! Beautifully painted.