[Tweeters] VICE: A Crow Expert Explained Why This School Warned
Everyone About Angry Crows
benedict.t at comcast.net
Tue Jun 29 15:18:50 PDT 2021
About 6 - 7 years ago I was walking east on Spring Street approaching the library in downtown Seattle when I noticed 3 young crows wandering in the right hand lane. They looked to be in danger of being run over, so I thought I'd try to 'shoo' them out of the street onto the sidewalk, or maybe to fly 'away'. However, when I approached them, I was bonked on the head, twice, but an adult crow, presumably their mother. That was enough for me and I left the birds alone. I did not wait around to see what happened next. Perhaps I should have made eye contact?
> On 06/29/2021 1:49 PM Dan Reiff <dan.owl.reiff at gmail.com> wrote:
> A Crow Expert Explained Why This School Warned Everyone About Angry Crows
> Acadia University’s Department of Safety & Security sent a campus-wide email telling students to “make eye contact with the crows.”
> Read in VICE: https://apple.news/A2hyczC6gSVC6UTZONwz1_A
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