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InI started befriending the crows in my neighborhood. Every year, there's at least one new baby crow to introduce myself to. InI was sitting on the steps in front of my house watching my kids play on the sidewalk when I looked up and saw a crow sitting on the telephone Eating out mature friend from work. While my kids chattered and squawked and fought over who got the green chalk, that crow sat with her head cocked to one side, observing us with one friendly black eye. Although I can't be certain, it sure seemed like she was just as amused as I was.

I'm not an ornithologist or even a birdwatcher, but crows intrigue me. Since that day, I have become friends with the neighborhood crows, and I've learned a thing or three along the way.

The best way to introduce yourself to a crow is by feeding it.

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I'm sure there are other ways to go about it, but the easiest, fastest way to a crow's heart is food. Some may argue that a crow is a wild animal and by feeding it, you encourage an unnatural dependence. And with most wildlife, this is an excellent philosophy.

But crows and humans have been living side-by-side for centuries now, and researchers like Marzluff and Angell, who wrote In the Company of Crows and Ravenspoint to many instances of cultural coevolution between us.

It's been an arguably symbiotic relationship for quite awhile now. Certainly, after all this time together, humans' and crows' lives and histories have become closely intertwined. I moved to this neighborhood in this small city 15 years ago. I'm relatively new here, but since crows have territories they pass on to their children, the crows in my neighborhood may have descended from birds who lived here more than a hundred years ago.

They've watched people come and go for years, people who may have watched them right back. Crows are omnivorous scavengers so they're quite open-minded about what they eat. They'll do fruit, vegetables, insects, berries, kibble, popcorn, kitchen scraps, road kill, and—in a pinch—even vomit. I've heard that they show a preference for food wrapped in a fast-food wrapper yes, they even recognize the brand.

Their bad reputation as harbingers of death probably has something to do with the fact that they'll swoop Eating out mature friend from work to help clean up a battleground they are scavengers, after all.

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They'll pillage eggs from other birds and they'll rummage through your garbage can if you let them. The crows in my neighborhood are slightly more choosy about what they eat, perhaps because they have access to many sources of food and can afford to be picky.

I imagine that the diets of Eating out mature friend from work crows differs vastly from that of their city-dwelling cousins. I've tried getting them to help me out in the garden by eating the snails, but they're not interested. I've tried kitchen scraps with mixed results—they pick out what they want and leave the mess for me to clean up—so mostly, I give them boiled eggs which they gobble up, shell and all and I keep a bag of roasted, unsalted peanuts in my car so I can toss them a handful whenever we meet.

Sometimes, the crows will peck open and gulp down the food right there in the street. Other times, especially with the peanuts, they'll stuff their gullets and fly off to cache their horde so they can enjoy it later.

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The peanuts' shells make them very portable and cacheable. One day, a man was walking by while I was feeding the crows. He was excited by the idea and wanted to try, so I gave him a handful peanuts.

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He walked under the telephone wire they were sitting on and held up his hand. The crows just eyeballed him. So he tossed the peanuts down at his feet and looked up at the crows, who didn't budge.

Why won't they eat? Crows can be skittish and aloof. They are never going to come running like a dog will for a lick and a pet, and their standoffish attitude is probably a major reason why they have thrived as a species for so long. Remember, crows are wild animals.

In the US, it is illegal to keep native songbirds crows included as pets. If you want a pet you should get one, but if you're interested in crows, you'll have to learn to appreciate their charms from afar. Besides, get real, most humans view crows as ominous, murderous evils or at best, rats with wings. For centuries, they have played the bad guys in the stories humans tell themselves, and I'm sure those crows have noticed the eye-daggers most people shoot at them, how cars veer to the shoulder to intentionally run them Eating out mature friend from work.

Why wouldn't that distrust be mutual? So crows will take their own sweet time deciding if they trust you or not, but once they know who you are, they'll never forget.


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