Saturday, September 6, 2008

The Language of Crows (the Bird)


photo by Walter Siegmund

We often have a large murder of crows (American crows Corvus brachyrhynchos) in our 'yard' and I am always amazed by the extent of their language. After casually observing them for awhile, you get an idea what they are 'saying', but I am certainly no scientist.

For those who have always wondered what crows are going on about, here are a few interesting webbys.




Sláinte!

Laurel

3 comments:

Crafty Gardener said...

and sometimes I could just 'murder' the crows, they squawk so loud and long!

nefaeria said...

Lol. I guess that is the thing with crows, either you love em or hate em *winks*

Laurel

Michael Westerfield said...

Thought you might want to know about our new book, "The Language of Crows: The crows.net Book of the American Crow". You can find info on it at www.crows.net/crowbook.html It contains everything most folks ever wanted to know about crows. Michael Westerfield, crows.net