Here are some birds I saw on a cold morning walk. It was about 23 degrees F/-5 degrees C. It was nice walking in the winter sun.
Here is an American Crow I saw on a recent walk in northern Arizona. Read a little about crows here AMERICAN CROW
They are everywhere! American Crows are of the Corvidae family of birds, which also includes jays, magpies, nutcrackers, and ravens. They are known to be highly intelligent, all black and vocal with a raspy voice. They are highly adaptable and will eat almost anything including: bugs, small animals, fruit, seeds, and garbage. Corvids have the ability… Read More AMERICAN CROW
The Common Raven and the American crow are similar looking, but they do have distinct differences. First of all size, ravens can weight up to four pounds and have a wingspan up to four feet, while a crow is only one to one and half pounds with a wingspan up to three feet. Common ravens have… Read More RAVENS & CROWS