Thursday, July 4, 2019

The Crow Flies Over My Backyard

A crow flies away

My kitchen faces backyard, so when I am cooking or just sitting, I could see many wild animals, many are birds, but some are mammals:
- variety of birds
- raccoon
- squirrels
- cats (may be belong to neighbors, but I consider wild, since I don’t know who is the owner).

Birds that always visited my backyard during spring and summer seasons are:
- cardinals
- humming birds
- wood peckers
- Mocking birds
- Crows

A Crow sitting on the wire

One day I heard the sound of crow. The sound was “rattle” on my ear, then like “click and bell.”

I approached close and closely to photo taken, but it flies suddenly. Pictures are not good enough.

Actually, crows are abundance birds in my city, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. It seems that they able to adapt to the city environment.

We may find crows every where. Birds are reasonable medium size. Wing size when it open wide is around 32 to 40 inches (81 cm to 102 cm).

What do you think about a crow?

# Happy Fourth of July!

60 comments:

  1. Coincidence or not, I'm listening to Baton Rouge, a Lou Reed's song, at the same time I read your post. I love crows, and now that I think about it (everything is related) Lou Reed has an album about Poe's work, The Raven. Everything is related, if one could unravel it and understand that arcane. I love crows, I told you, although they have a bad press, or maybe that's why I love them ...

    Big hug, Evi.

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    1. It could be coincidence, Carlos!
      Lou Reed's song and poems are nice. I also like Edgar Allan Poe's the Raven. I love those stories and myths :)

      Thanks and big hug, Carlos!

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    3. Appreciate...
      The Crow Flies Over My Backyard
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      A crow flies away

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    4. Eric...
      Appreciate...
      The Crow Flies Over My Backyard
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      My kitchen faces backyard, so when I am cooking or just sitting, I could see many wild animals, many are birds, but some are mammals:
      - variety of birds
      - raccoon
      - squirrels
      - cats (may be belong to neighbors, but I consider wild, since I don’t know who is the owner).

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  2. I love crows, they're my favourite birds ^^
    xx

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    1. Hi HariRari, I thought your favorite bird gotta has pink feathers ;-)

      Thanks

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    2. Appreciate...
      The Crow Flies Over My Backyard
      -
      Birds that always visited my backyard during spring and summer seasons are:
      - cardinals
      - humming birds
      - wood peckers
      - Mocking birds
      - Crows

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  3. How nice! So it pays to cook :)

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    1. Sometimes I'm thinking that's a paradise too, Juan :)

      Thank you

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  5. Crows are amazing to observe. They are very intelligent and have quite a language that they speak. Their noises can be humorous at times.

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    1. He looks serious in his humorous voices, Miss Val.

      Thank you

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  6. maybe the sound of the crow meant he was looking for his partner hahaha

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  7. En mi patio también hay cuervos y adoran los higos y nisperos que tengo plantados. Genial entrada.

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    1. So you need to cover your fruits so that the crows won't steal them from you.

      Thank you

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  8. I can't find any crow in my place but i think i like this bird

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    1. I think so, you are going to like them.

      Thank you

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  9. Crows are so interesting and cute :)

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  10. Que bonita es tu cocina por la vista hermosa que tiene y lo que ves.....aqui también hay muchos cuervos. A mi jardín vienen aveces. Saludos amiga.

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    1. Thank you Sandra, I always enjoy in my kitchen :)

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  11. Thanks a lot :D

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  12. We have the black crow here (Corvus corone).
    An adult crow is 48 to 53 centimeters long and weighs 396 to 602 grams. They are intelligent birds!
    I live close to the woods and in the winter many of these birds are in our garden,
    I wish you a nice weekend!

    A hug from the Netherlands! <3

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    1. Gosh! I didn't know a crow can that big :O
      Thanks Ella, I got an important news from you.

      Have a wonderful week end
      Hugs!

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  13. Es una suerte que tengas un entorno natural cerca. Un beso

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  14. Follow! Hope U follow back:)

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  15. ooooO! Crows....
    A crow that appears in your life indicates it is time for you to use your second sight and to think more thoroughly about your life. It is usually believed that the crow is a symbol of bad luck and death, but it is not always the case. A crow may be a symbol of life magic and mysteries...

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    1. Scare me :(

      Have a wonderful weekend Mr Willie

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  16. Hi
    I dont have crows in my garden but I have a lot of other birds I love to hear them singing. I have wild cats to, I put names and give food to them.
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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    1. They are so lovely, and you so nice to feed wild cats.

      Thank you Marisa

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  17. I really like watching the birds and I loved your photos. Have a great day!

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  18. Very interesting blog.
    Happy weekend.

    I also follow :-)

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  19. Interesting post

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  20. Według wierzeń wrona przynosi pecha ale ja w to nie wierzę. To piękne ptaki i lubię je podglądać.
    Miłego weekendu Evi :)

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    1. I read many stories about those bad luck too, Ewa.

      I wish you have a wonderful weekend!

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  21. crows are beautiful birds and they are very smart too.

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  22. So awesome that you see so many birds flying through your window.
    Hope you had a fun july 4th!

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    1. Thank you Radi!

      I had a blast with fireworks :)

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  23. It's nice you get to see crows in your yard! I love where we live now, I see a lot of animals, mostly birds, playing in our yard :)

    Hope that you have a great weekend ahead of you! Going to be a rainy one here so will be a quiet one for us :)


    Away From Blue

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    1. Thank you Mica, it's too hot here.

      Have a wonderful week end.

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  24. Are nice but in Spain usually gives bad lucky, but I don't believe that

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  25. Lovely post my friend :)

    Crows are in abundance here either and quite quarrelsome with other birds :(

    Your kitchen window is fascinating !
    How umusing to bird watch during cooking

    You made me smile with your words about them
    Nice capture too

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  26. i think a crow is a bit scary bird especially if we read a superstition story

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  27. I think crows are loud! We see a lot of them here at the lake. But they seem to be relatively harmless.

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