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Fri Mar 6 15:15:13 PST 2015
This morning, over the centrally located Capehart site, in Discovery Park, two Ravens were calling, staying close and doing a few aerial tricks. This does not quite make a breeding pair, but there may be an empty niche for corvids involved. While there are many American Crows around the park in winter, in the breeding season, they are much less numerous, according to recent records. They mainly appear to nest and feed in the surrounding Magnolia neighborhood, where there are plentiful nesting trees and widespread feeding sources.
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