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Talking crow says 'hello' to Kamloops man

This crow video is pretty cute.
Image Credit: YOUTUBE/Talking wild crow in Kamloops BC
July 05, 2020 - 7:00 PM

In case you hadn't heard, crows are pretty sharp cookies.

The omnipresent birds are crafty foragers and sometimes make and use tools.

According to allaboutbirds.org, they've been found using a cup to carry water over to a bowl of dry mash; shaping a piece of wood and then sticking it into a hole in a fence post in search of food; and breaking off pieces of pine cone to drop on tree climbers near a nest.

READ MORE: Crows gone wild

Now they're apparently making small talk — in Kamloops, anyway. This video shot in Kamloops July 2 shows a little back and forth between a crow and a human.

 


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