northwestern crows, reifel bird sanctuary
Very similar to that of the Fish Crow; the Northwestern Crow eats stranded fish, shellfish, crabs and mussels, and also searches through refuse containers for suitable food items. It has been seen to fly into the air with mussels and drop them onto hard surfaces to break them open. It also regularly eats insects, other invertebrates, and various fruits (especially berries). It raids other birds' nests to eat eggs and hatchlings. It takes handouts and remembers anyone who discards food. It is known to soak pieces of bread in water.
|Model||Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi||Width||2096|
|Height||1574||Flash||Off, Did not fire|
|File Size||296 kB|