Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Fact of the Day: Smart Crow

Crows are one of the most intelligent birds in the world. Some crows in captivity have been known to give "names" to certain people they interact with. As they will make unique sounds around the person they would not otherwise make. 

23 comments:

  1. Crows are so wise and clever! I love them!

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  2. Oh yes. I knew crows were smart. In fact, we have a lot of devious birds here in Hawaii.

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  3. They are highly intelligent birds, and I love them. I also love ravens. :)

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  4. Hello .. And they are so beautiful.. Regards

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  5. That is really interesting! Smart bird :-)

    xoxo

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  6. This is really amazing Adam! I dont had idea !

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  7. This is really amazing Adam! I dont had idea !

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  8. Hhhmmm I would hate to know the word a crow has named me. A 4 letter one fo' sho!

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  9. So I guess the one they flew head first right into my balcony window(just like that windex commercial) got the stupid gene?

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  10. Blue Jays, too. You can tell by watching them.

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  11. LOLZ...I thought you were talking about the Night's Watch:D

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  12. It stands to figure that a bird as annoying as a crow would also be quite intelligent.

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  13. Crows, ravens, magpies -- any bird from that corvid family is smart.

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  14. Yeah, I knew they were smart. Good birds!

    Have a great day,
    -Kati

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  15. I thought parrots are the smartest birds

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  16. Smarter than many give them credit for

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  17. Crows are insanely intelligent. I remember back in high school every year the crows would find new ways to get food from the kids. They also always harassed the same kids who caused them grief (over generations too). If you haven't seen the TED talk on crows, you should check it out, it's mind blowing!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXQAgzfwuNQ

    Moral of the story, be nice to crows.

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