CAW OF THE WILD The Crow
- Factors influencing the distribution of the invasive house crow ( Corvus splendens) in rural and urban landscapes. Wilson, Robyn; Sarim, Dillon; Rahman, Sadequr // Urban Ecosystems;Dec2015, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p1389
House crows, Corvus splendens, are highly successful emigrants from the Indian subcontinent that have colonized urban and rural habitats in many locations in Asia. We conducted counts of crows, recorded sound intensities (db) and used a Likert scale to score cleanliness, traffic, trees, and...
- Meet the BIRDBRAINS. Hofmann, Kate // Ranger Rick;Nov2006, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p3
The article presents information on the different features of crows.
- Clever Crows. HOFMANN, KATE // Ranger Rick;Oct2011, Vol. 45 Issue 9, p5
The article presents several facts about crows.
- Brother Crow. Nikolina Clark, Patricia // Spider;Sep2015, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p28
The article offers information on the behavior and characteristics of crows, along with information on the bird's musicality, brains, and their excellence in finding food.
- ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Has Incomplete Information about Effects on Listed Species from Section 7 Consultations. // GAO Reports;5/21/2009, preceding p1
The article discusses the effects of incomplete information to the listed species based on the Section 7 consultation of the Endangered Species Act of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in the U.S. It notes that listed species should not be jeopardized in any actions that of any federal or private...
- Crows in the City. Kubota, Hideyo // Highlights;May2004, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p10
Presents information on crows found in the cities of Japan.
- Observation of Ground Roosting by American Crows. Shoemaker, Cory M.; Phillips, Richard S. // Wilson Journal of Ornithology;Mar2011, Vol. 123 Issue 1, p185
Communal winter roosts of American Crows (Corvus brachyrhynchos) often occur in urban areas and may number in the thousands of individuals. We documented the distribution of urban roosts of American Crows in central Ohio and, on 12 January 2010, we observed a roost of ~2,500 individuals with...
- BRAIN BIRDS. Krautwurst, Terry // Mother Earth News;Dec/Jan2007, Issue 219, p62
This article offers information about crows and ravens. These birds belong in the clan Corvus. Like most members of that genus--which in North America also includes magpies, nutcrackers and jays--crows and ravens are sturdy, stout-beaked, long-legged birds with powerful wings. Crows and ravens...
- Crow ping-pong and the hunt for glory. Bennett, Chris // Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;2/2/2012, p11
The article discusses information about the Crowbusters movement in Germany and their new approach to killing crows. It notes that the Crowbusters are a group of Bavarian bird hunters who use semi-automatic rifles to kill hundreds of crows in a span of a thousand miles in three days. The article...