Rochester Magazine | By Paul John Scott | Photos by Ken Klotzbach and Courtesy Post Bulletin | December 19, 2017
Crows make tools. Understand stoplights. Mate for life. Hold funerals. Remember a face. And wreak havoc on our cars and sidewalks.
So we’ve shot them with Airsoft rifles, annoyed them with laser pointers, blasted them with bullhorns, held annual crow hunts, stationed fake owls on our downtown buildings, released “trained attack raptors,” hung their dead bodies in trees, and caught them in nets before tagging them and driving them to western Minnesota be released.
Can’t we all just get along?