Tuesday, August 22, 2017
The American Crow are shiny, black birds with strong stout bills. They are 17 to 21 inches in length and fan shaped tails and both female and male have similar appearances. They are very intelligent and very social and great problem solvers. They are also good learners and inquisitive but sometimes mischievous. Most of the Crows breed in Canada in the winter in the United States, usually no crows regularly in winter in Mexico. The American Crow can be found in forests, open woodlands, fields, lawns, parking lots, athletic fields, roadsides, towns and city garbage dumps and they also thrive around people. The American Crow is least concerned. The American Crow eat a vast array of foods such as grains, seeds, nuts, berries, fruits and many kind of small animals such as earthworms and mice. They eat insects as well such as crop pests, they also eat aquatic animals such as fish, young turtle, crayfish, mussels and claims. The American Crow also eats the eggs and nestlings of many birds such as sparrows, robins, jays, terns, loons, and eiders.