Boy teaches rescued baby crows how to pick raspberries

WildCreaturesPublished: March 23, 2017Updated: March 24, 201714,122 views
Published: March 23, 2017Updated: March 24, 2017

These are two of four crows (the famous talking "Freds") that were rescued when their nest fell from a tree. After many hours, the parents did not return and the babies were going to starve. Cameron and his family raised the crows and hand fed them until they were old enough to feed themselves. They had to be taught how to find to find berries. They learned this so well that they flew to the yard next door and cleaned out Mrs. Hottner's berry patch. They unplugged the satellite dish too. Here, Cameron demonstrates berry picking for Russell Crow and Crow Magnon. When full, a crow will stash food for later and Russell decides to use Cameron's armpit as a hiding place. Crows actually have a sense of humor. Highly intelligent, these birds also learned to say "hello".

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