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Crows in the garden

November 3, 2015

 

Crow footprints in the driveway

 

 

There are more American crows in the neighborhood these days, and, as other birds that frequent the garden, they are attracted to the Mission fig tree which still is producing a lot of fruit. And the figs grow to be quite plump and juicy, a perfect meal for birds.

 

 

Yesterday I observed two of the crows on top of the fig tree. One lingered for quite a while, as it savored a very ripe fig (image below).

 

 

Later in the afternoon I noticed footprints of a bird (image above). I'm quite sure they were made by a crow, because I often see them strolling on the driveway.

 

 

 

 American crow eating a Mission fig

 

 

 

 

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