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Hanging Out at the Local Crow Bar

The secret lives of some of the smartest birds around

Photo: Stary Smok via Unsplash

They were relentless, brilliant scavengers with a keen sense of craftiness, and no human being could outwit them. The kind of cunning mischief and competition that a murder of crows possessed was unbeatable.
― Rebecca McNutt

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Rose Bak

Rose Bak

Rose Bak is a freelance writer, author and yoga teacher who lives in Portland, Oregon. Visit rosebakenterprises.com or follow @authorrosebak on social media.

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