It’s That Time of Year Again: Roosts!

These are a couple of photos I took of an American crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) roost this month.  Have a similar gathering of crows where you live?  Learn more about crow roosts in this post, “Winter Crow Invasion!”

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About The Corvid Blog

Hi, I am Dr. Jennifer Campbell-Smith and I love corvids (well, anything nature really, but these birds have a big place in my heart). I received my PhD in behavioral ecology studying the social structures and social learning of wild American crows (Corvus brachyrhynchos). I now teach at a STEM school while continuing to do research where I can and with my secondary students. My goal on this blog is to spread the corvid love by sharing information, photographs, and artwork, and dispelling common myths. Feel free to ask me anything, but note that it can take me a bit to reply. If you have an emergency with a captive corvid, please call a local avian vet. If you have an emergency with a wild corvid, please call a local licensed wildlife rehabilitation facility. Thanks! These are truly some of the most fascinating birds on the planet!

2 thoughts on “It’s That Time of Year Again: Roosts!

  1. Sheri

    Hello, I volunteer for the Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Saskatchewan. I am looking for a good quality image of a crow fledgling with blue eyes to use on our new website that is being developed. I would like to use it to highlight the differences between adults and fledglings. I was wondering if I could use one of your images? Thanks, Sheri Hodgson

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