Beautiful birds,despite their nonmelodious caws! Crows are supposed tobe among the smartest birds around.
And handsome they are! Intelligent, too.
And handsome they are. Have a serene Sunday.Best wishes Molly
Such handsome birds. Something has caught the right one's attention.
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Great capture Theresa!
Handsome sleek black . . . strong presence . . . Did you happen to see the PBS show on crows . . .
Morning, fantastic picture of two handsome Crows, I do love crows, Francine.
Not only handsome but they are very intelligent.
You may want to read a wonderful book,"a Year in the Maine Woods".
They're handsome at your feeder...just please convince them to stay away from our ag bags this year! :)
very very clever birds.. I love their deep black satiny colour with a hint of the deep blue..Here in the village some people keep them as a pet.I am not sure..but i think they can be taught to speak..like the raven.! great shots Tex.
Dearest Theresa,For me, crows has dismal image mess up the trash p;) I never thought their eyes are lovely until now; yes, two handsome fellows♡♡♡Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan to my American photographer friend, xoxo Miyako*
I love the sleek self-assurance of crows. They know things we don't!
A great picture!
I LOVE these guys. We have lots of them - they fascinate me. I wish I knew how to play with them. Good Morning!-g-
More than once I have witnessed these guys ganging up on an intruding Hawk. The Hawk could not get away fast enough, escaping only because he could sore higher and faster.The Caw Caw from one bird will bring dozens if it is a caw for help.Very cool birds!
I love the one seed in his mouththey're so cool
Such nice and shiny birds, great shot
Wouldn't you love to know what they are thinking?Good Sunday Morning Tex!
i just turned the lap top around and showed bob your handsome crows.. his words not mine... UGLY crows...i agree with you they are handsome, and each feather shows the detail. they are very LOUD and not pleasant and we clap our hands when the jays and mocking birds dive at them and make them leave...ours are big, about 8 or 10 inches some more than that.
Handsome but very loud in the mornings! Haha!xo Catherine
Their sleek black feathers really are handsome. I like the way you caught them on the edge of the bird bath!
Crows are handsome indeed, and smart too boot! Wonder what had your buddies' rapt attention?
I've heard crows are actually more intelligent than dogs!
Prachtige foto, het zwart van de veren is helemaal geweldig.Groet, Irma
Sorry, previous answer was in Dutch.Beautiful picture, the black of the feathers is totally awesome.Regards, Irma
Terrific shot! They are the handsomest of birds!!
They are handsome with their shiny black feathers.
Handsome is right! Nice shot T!
My wife is fed up with Heckle and Jeckle for they bring their meals (alligator lizards and baby birds from nests) to our bird bath to eat, sometimes leaving the remains floating in the water. Just one of several "issues" I came home to.
WAU - where some beautiful black crows :)
Although crows are not too popular here I once had one for a pet.Jim Crow stayed with the domestic fowl even though he was free to go. A bird dog came to visit, killing almost all my free-ranging poultry including Jim who had flown down to protect his duck friends.I like crows.
Did you know they can live to be as old as forty? I just heard of a pet crow that died at the age of 59. Smart guys, too. :-)
Wonderful shot Tex! American Beauties!
Hi Y'all!Just saw a dozen or so black birds dive bombing a crow...never seen so many birds after one crow! Nothing is safe around crows 'cause they can "problem solve". One can't help but admire them.Y'all come back now,Hawk aka BrownDog
I am amazed at the crow pictures you take. I need to get some lessons from you.Mine are usually black silhouettes.I love all the detail in this picture.
Awesome shot, Tex! I can not get a shot of them, they spook easily around here.
Uma foto espectacular! Abraço Ailime
What a privilege you have, meeting all these beautiful wild birds!
they do look mighty regal in their shiny black!!
What a handsome pair. We don't have crows here, only ravens.
I do love them and their cousins, the ravens.
Clear and crisp. Nice shot!
They are smart, no doubt about it and also beautiful. I love it when the sun hits them a certain way and you see irridescent purple, and green. They get by with a lot, that is for certain, but its fun to see them. Mostly now they stay out in the fields where they can find lots of eats.Great pics, Tex!Jo
Love em!! Boom & gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
They may not be a beautiful warbler, but they have a lovely shiny black coat. Great shot.
Crows are always impressive with their shiny black feathers. I've heard they can bond with dogs and cats... sometimes getting the better of them!! Good shot!
Can't say much for the crows - we have GA ones too! lol sandie
You did a great job getting that feather detail. I find all black birds tough to capture as nicely as this.
Crows are pretty amazing birds although I don't care for their noisy dispositions. They are very intelligent and they can bond with humans too. I just wish that they had a beautiful song to sing.Have great day,Hugs,JB
Beautiful shot! They really are handsome.
Sleek, shiny and so well captured!
Handsome indeed. :)
They act like they know they are being photographed! Enjoy your day! Sweet hugs!
So, ebony! So pretty....I've now dubbed them Heckle and Jeckel.
They are a handsome pair. :)
Is the seed a 'peace' offering? Where's the water for them to drink? You are right, very handsome indeed. Margaret
Piękna czarna para ptaków. Pozdrawiam.Beautiful black pair of birds. Yours.
I'm glad you're keeping your handsome buddies. I'd really like to send you my crows...all of them.
They are a handsome pair. Such smart and funny birds. I always liked Crows and Ravens. MB
Congratulations, wonderful crows, I like this beautiful picture!
They are hansome. I don't see many around here!
Beautiful birds, though not my favorite. They always get my pecans!
The crow population in our area has been hit hard by the west nile virus, but we're beginning to see a recovery in their numbers. Yours look healthy and alert...and handsome. :)
Great catch! They look so sleek and shiny.
Why, yes, indeed, they are quite handsome! ;)
They are definitely on the alert!
HI Teresa... I like the Crows, and you buddies are good looking : )Grace
It's not easy to capture dark coloured birds well, but you have done just that.peter
Soooooo black and shiny. :)Felicia
They do indeed look very handsome sitting there!
Something has their attention...That is an exceptional photo. I can see all the texture in the feathers. Just beautiful. ☺
Your pot for bird makes all kind of bird coming to.These birds are beautiful :)
They are so shiny and handsome in their dark way!! ;) blessings ~ tanna
Looks like someone put a coat of wax on them ;))))
Blacker then black they are.
Crows are so smart! I don't get many at altitude.
Yes they are handsome, in their black and shiny feathers :)
My ignorance, but are these crows or ravens, and what's the difference?
My husband brought home a baby crow once. He stole anything shiny, teased the dog, perched on our shoulders and used to sit by the pool while I was swimming. I taught him how to say hello. When he grew up and came around less and less, we moved. I always imagined him landing at someone elses home and telling them hello. ;)
wow, blue-black colour! lovely birds!
Clever are the crows ... Hmm sounds like a good movie title, nah would be too much Caw Caw. Hee hee Happy Sunday
Aren't they funny? They are so big and bulky.
Dapper rascals indeed. Love these guys.
I like them very much! :)
I love our toad. I couldn't throw away it's home either. And besides....those lovely shinny crows would delight in having the toad for a snack!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
They are so noisy but so attractive...kind of like me!!!...:)JP
They are supposed to make great pets!
And handsome they are.
Those are some handsome guys! Lovely shiny feathers :)
Crows are really some awesome birds. Your pics show them off well.
Beautiful shot. It would make a great drawing.
That's a great photo, they are hard to get good pictures of!
Very handsome, indeed! I love the bit of food left in the beak.
They are handsome! Great picture!
They are very handsome indeed! I've never had crows at my feeder but there were lots of them in a corn field near our house after they harvested the corn a few years ago.
The do look all dressed up.
You make them look dignified! Guess my image of crows was tainted by Heckle and Jeckle.
The one on the right looks like he is going to pipe up and say, "Pretty bird".
They are beautiful, intelligent and LOUD birds. I love crows. Wonderful photos, Theresa.
lucky crows; feed bowl waiting
Fantastic shot! Crows are very handsome. I can rarely get close to them for photos.
Oh, I love crows! Great shot! :)
Dearest Theresa,Handsome buddies indeed and great glamour shots!Hugs,Mariette
Great photo!!! We have some crows that have a nest close by and the hawks and crows have been fighting a lot!I don't watch too much because I don't really want to see who wins. Enjoy your day!
Lovely buddies :) Stunning shot
They are VERY handsome fellows!
Nice looking birds.I mentioned elsewhere that I would rather throw paper than rice - given that its actually food.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
These two characters remind me of the cartoon. A couple of wisecrackers!
We have Ching Chings here, skinnier beaks.
Certainly something to crow about!
Crows are cool. I don't often see them.
This is a great shot of the wonderful Crow!
Beautifully shot and equally sharp and beautifully clear. That feed table is yours truly magical;-)
A really nice shot of some of my favorite birds.
Beautiful. I love the iridescent quality of those feathers.
Beautiful pictures!!Nice birds!Dimi..
I don't know why, but I really enjoy these birds....raven and crows. Super intelligent birds all. Great shot!!!
Only one word for these...Gorgeous!
Crows are the most often seen bird where I live. They are everywhere. Each morning we see hundreds (if not thousands) flying by as they leave their roost for the day. In the late afternoon, we see them going the opposite way. Yes, the evidence of the their passing by is displayed on cars, houses and just about everything else. I still love them because they are so darn smart and clearly communicate with each other.
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