Rescued baby crow returns to family one year later

WildCreaturesPublished: March 3, 201726,187 views
Published: March 3, 2017

A Millbrook family raised a nest of orphaned crows (The famous talking Freds), feeding and caring for them until they could fend for themselves. They became independent and joined a wild crow family and then migrated south for the winter. The following spring, one of them returned. The white band on the leg and the attempt to say "hello" (at 55s) left no doubt it was Baby Fred. Eventually, another one appeared. At least two have survived and still visit and speak. ('Rescued baby crows return each spring to say hello' is the full story on Rumble.com)

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