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I’m betting if the crow lost this battle, he returned the next day(s) to finish the job.


Momma Rabbit Saves Her Baby From Attacking Crow

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Demi, 

 I'm thinking you're right.

 Some years ago while mowing hay a hen pheasant flushed on front of me. I stopped in hope of finding and avoiding the nest. Instead I found they had hatched. I tried to herd them towards a corn field but they wouldn't leave they cover of the standing alfalfa. Every pass I stopped and shooed them out of the way. Finally with one round to go I got them headed to the cornfield. Little fuzz balls could barely get climbed over the windrows. I finished the last round pleased I hadn't hit them with the mower as often happens. On my last pass back I could see them struggling over the last couple windrows to safety. Just then a half dozen crows swooped in and made short work of them. So much for the time I'd spent. Happy New Year.

 Randy 



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Randy,

Yeah, those crows were probably sitting in the trees rooting for your mower! Was that the start of your crow hunting career? 😀

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Another example I'll use to tell people reasons crows are hunted (beneficial wildlife and crops destroyed by the black bandits). 

Thanks and Happy New Year!



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Island Shooter wrote:

Randy,

Yeah, those crows were probably sitting in the trees rooting for your mower! Was that the start of your crow hunting career? 😀

Demi


 Demi,

 It wasn't the start, but I don't think I ever passed up a shot at a crow while hunting pheasants since.

 Randy



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