Crows are one Pennsylvania’s most intelligent birds

Crows are one Pennsylvania’s most intelligent birds

Courier Express | Author Chris Wechtenhiser | Photo by Charlie Burchfield | Feb 18, 2018

They were black silhouettes scattered among a maze of tree limbs set on a backdrop of blue sky. What were they? Crows, and lots of them, and with more to come.

For the most part this group of birds remained unnoticed in their perches well above the line of sight of those at ground level.

Usually during winter crows migrate south. However crows can be found within the Commonwealth year round. Those that breed here migrate south beginning in late September or early October and fly south as far as the Gulf of Mexico. Those birds are replaced by crows from the north which overwinter in PA.

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2018-04-28T11:10:57+00:00 February 18th, 2018|0 Comments

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