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Hey IanIf there are no crows,try some of those monster dairy farms out there and zap some pigeons,almost as fun and no calling!!! And you may run into some crows also!!
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eastatlshawty wrote:i appreciate everyone's replies. I'm gonna check out some orchards, and talk to ranchers about pigeon hunting. Out here they have band tailed pigeons, and they are supposed to be pretty delicious!!
i appreciate everyone's replies. I'm gonna check out some orchards, and talk to ranchers about pigeon hunting. Out here they have band tailed pigeons, and they are supposed to be pretty delicious!!
Late one afternoon north of Los Angeles I saw flight after flight of crows headed towards Los Angeles so i know there is a big roost there some where(I'd guess a few thousand). I understand that is probably a thousand miles from your locale. Sounds to me like you are in Northwest crow territory. This crow is a little smaller than the common crow talked about here and are fewer too than the common crow. In example the biggest roost i ever saw was in Seattle,Washington of which i counted 35 birds....that is considered a big roost for these birds. In Idaho I only saw a roost of about 15.......this is typical for this species. Their voices a are a little more higher pitched than their cousins, the common crow however the same rythmic pattern differing from a fish crow of the southeastern seaboard from about Virgina south. ....they are the size of a magpie without the long tail. Now the same types of predators exist there such as the great horned owl and the red tailed hawk with other owls too. Their season might be different from the large numbers of common crows well to your south.
I hope this helps-good luck!
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