Crows are America's largest song bird. Our small group of crows eat sunflower chips, apples, rolled oats and small mammals. You'll always see one crow in a tree acting as a sentinel to "caw" the alarm when danger approaches.
During the spring, we often watch a pair of crows perched together preening each other. One puts its head down so the other can preen those hard to reach locations.
Crows roost in colonies during the winter months. The colonies can reach enormous sizes of hundreds of thousands. During the winter, we'll watch crows flying inland from the coast. It takes over 15 minutes before all of them are no longer in view.