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Posted 19th August 2010, 09:54 AM
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They make great pets!! I had one when I was younger. I had him 3 years till he dived into a car.... I would have to add, I think they are the smartest of all birds and mine did not stink at all....
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Posted 19th August 2010, 10:43 AM
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lol, mine stink!! compared to the parrots anyways, it's all about the poop and the big water mess they make.
not a horrible stink, not as bad as the seagulls, but pretty stinky, lol
a lot of it is the food they eat, the meat based dog food, cat food and of course meat like chicken and mice
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Posted 19th August 2010, 10:55 AM
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First of all, I want to say great job. I have resident crows that nest and have young in my pine trees every year. I would have never thought that they return each year after going wherever they go, some do stay all winter but there was one that I could identify by a crooked foot which made her walk funny, she was MIA all winter and then in early spring, there she was at the corn pile I put out for the deer. I guess the reason I am writing this is, I know if you release a crow, he or she will not go far and if they do they will return if they can. Once again, good job. >Kevin
 
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when demi and eva arn't here they are with a flock of about 10 crows that hang out in the cemetery across the street most of the time.
so to me it's the best of both worlds for them, they are learning the ways of the crow from the wild flock, but if they are hungry and wanna relax n play they come to my yard, when winter sets in they will never go hungry
Thats perfect Altgirl!

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Posted 28th August 2010, 04:16 PM
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jay was released this morning, he flew up to a branch about 15 feet up and stayed there for about 2 hrs poking at leaves and getting startled by the fact that they move, and gabbing in crow talk to me
then he did a huge circle across the street over the neighbors houses and back to the hill up behind my house with me screaming and hooting for joy the whole time.
he lost no elevation, he was working pretty hard but that to be expected for his first big flight.
i am so happy and so proud of him, he really is a miracle
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Sending love, hugs and joy to Jay and wishes for a long, healthy and happy life!!

WELL DONE!!

Love and Hugs from

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Thats so cool..Crows are my favorite bird next to Pigeons!! Well done....
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