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My Old Friend! My friend, Peanut, is back. And he brought his friend. I believe it’s his mate. He’s on the right and slightly larger than the female. You may ask how I know it is the same crow that trained me to feed it peanuts last year? I have to say that his behavioural patterns are exactly the same and he also has got “used” to us far too quickly. Canada,Corvus caurinus,Geotagged,Northwestern crow,Winter Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

My Old Friend!

My friend, Peanut, is back. And he brought his friend. I believe it’s his mate. He’s on the right and slightly larger than the female. You may ask how I know it is the same crow that trained me to feed it peanuts last year? I have to say that his behavioural patterns are exactly the same and he also has got “used” to us far too quickly.

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  1. Peanut returns! I'm sure he told his mate all about you :) Posted one year ago
    1. Needless to say I was quite excited when he returned after not being here for months. Posted one year ago
      1. Definitely! Maybe they will have babies begging you for peanuts before long! Posted one year ago
        1. Something to look forward to... for sure! Posted one year ago

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The northwestern crow is an all-black passerine bird of the crow genus native to the northwest of North America. It is very similar to the more western forms of the widespread American crow , but it averages slightly smaller with proportionately smaller feet and a slightly more slender bill. This taxon is reliably identified by range only.

Similar species: Passerines
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Uploaded Mar 11, 2019. Captured Mar 6, 2019 15:44 in 315 Whaletown Rd, Whaletown, BC V0P 1Z0, Canada.
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  • ISO1600
  • 300mm