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years ago i shot a crow with a pellet gun,it fell to the ground but wasn't dead and started making one hell of cry.i didn't want it to suffer so i ran to it to put it out of misery.i look up and there were dozens of crows coming from evey direction.apparently it put out a distress call.they say crows are highly intelligent.
 

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.... apparently it put out a distress call.they say crows are highly intelligent.
I remember once getting hit by a pellet gun and I also put out a distress call... about 50 people fronted up and also shot me. Apparently ducks aren't anywhere near a crow's pecking order!
 

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A friend said they started playing my video and the crows outside their house started cawing in unison with the video. Crazy! Love the non-lethal abatement. Scare the crap out of them and record it so you can play it back to them later — brilliant!
 

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years ago i shot a crow with a pellet gun,it fell to the ground but wasn't dead and started making one hell of cry.i didn't want it to suffer so i ran to it to put it out of misery.i look up and there were dozens of crows coming from evey direction.apparently it put out a distress call.they say crows are highly intelligent.
very smart, but not smarter than a bear (hey, Boo Boo!)

I remember once getting hit by a pellet gun and I also put out a distress call... about 50 people fronted up and also shot me. Apparently ducks aren't anywhere near a crow's pecking order!
LoL
 

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the crow population here kinda thinned out several years ago but now it's getting real bad again.
 

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You are correct, I have never seen a single Hitchcock movie -- on purpose.

I grew up near Hollywood and toured the set of Psycho and Vertigo before my teens. Scared me enough that I vowed to not watch them.
 

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years ago i shot a crow with a pellet gun,it fell to the ground but wasn't dead and started making one hell of cry.i didn't want it to suffer so i ran to it to put it out of misery.i look up and there were dozens of crows coming from evey direction.apparently it put out a distress call.they say crows are highly intelligent.
when I was a kid, we often rescued baby birds that fell out the nest. Our favorite was the Blue Jays.
I always wanted a pet raven or crow just like you see in the movies where some of the people have them for pets. I found one that fell out of its nest a few years ago and I was sooooooo excited that now I can raise one for a pet. BAD IDEA. This thing started screaming like bloody murder and when I got it into the house, it could fly enough to tear up the curtains and poop all over the furniture. I took it outside to put it back under the tree it fell out of and I was attacked by a dozen (seemed like a hundred) very protective crows. Won't be doing that again.
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Well if you had seen The Birds, you might not have spent that much time slinging a dead crow around your head while agitated crows flew around you. 😆

Now, you gotta watch it.
 

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dev i wonder what your neighbors thought when they saw you walking around swinging that thing over your head.😵
 
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