Oct 2, 2013

Crow Makes Friends with Nice Man and Won't Go Home

I would have loved to be this guy! What a sweet moment.

For some reason, this crow decided he really trusted this sweet man. He wouldn't leave him alone (and even hopped up on his lap!), and kept walking back up to him, even after the guy put him down all the way on the other side of the house a couple times.

The crow's parents were not too happy about his new friend, it seems. But little crow is really trying to convince them he's made a good friend. I'd have a hard time leaving the little guy after such a sweet showing of trust if it was me!

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  1. That is unbelievable!!! I'm smiling from ear to ear in spite of being in the throes of moving house. Hope this had a happy ending!!!

  2. that made me cry. i had a friend who was a fisher crow. her name was tweets. i miss her and i hope she is happy. crows are smart and loyal. if they choose you you're in for life. bless her little soul.

  3. I'm guessing this baby fell out of the nest and can't fly well enough yet to make it back to the nest. At least the parent crows are trying to look out for it. Too bad the man hasn't found the nest.

  4. Awe, I hope the little crow goes back to it's parents.

  5. Why can't that happen to me? I'd love to have a crow friend.

  6. Awwww. That is amazingly sweet. I hope the little crow was alright. I would have a hard time leaving too. But I also like my eyes ;) and I wouldn't want to upset the parents.

  7. Archibald MirenopteryxOctober 3, 2013 at 8:53 AM

    The crow was a fairly new fledgling. Fledges of any species are often far more trusting then adults - I've handled many of them in my day (mostly to get them out of trouble, and always to the parents' consternation).

    The little guy was really curious, and the fellow was speaking calmly to him while everything else (including Mommy and Daddy) were making scary noises! So he didn't want to go away. :-)

    Guy probably could have taken him home and kept him as a pet for a little while, but you want to talk high maintenance...talk to any bird rehabber that's had to raise a crow!


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