stellajames:

Excellent advice from the bird

Agreed, but it looks like the bird is pointing at something in particular that’s out of the frame.

stellajames:

Excellent advice from the bird

Agreed, but it looks like the bird is pointing at something in particular that’s out of the frame.

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utnereader:

As the Crows Fly
There are more crows now than there have ever been in the history of the earth. There are more people, too, and in fact, the crow-human ratio has remained fairly constant for the past several thousand years. But what has changed, for both species, is density and proximity. The spread of human-made habitations, urban and suburban, has pressed humans and crows into unprecedented nearness, and into an uneasy relationship. Keep reading …

utnereader:

As the Crows Fly

There are more crows now than there have ever been in the history of the earth. There are more people, too, and in fact, the crow-human ratio has remained fairly constant for the past several thousand years. But what has changed, for both species, is density and proximity. The spread of human-made habitations, urban and suburban, has pressed humans and crows into unprecedented nearness, and into an uneasy relationship. Keep reading …

Crows playing in the snow. That’s it.

oldbookillustrations:

Crows perching in a tree.
Charles-François Daubigny, from The golden age of engraving, by Frederick Keppel, New York, 1910.
(Source archive.org.)

oldbookillustrations:

Crows perching in a tree.

Charles-François Daubigny, from The golden age of engraving, by Frederick Keppel, New York, 1910.

(Source archive.org.)