One crow was bouncing from tree to tree trying to keep something away from his nosey siblings. I grabbed my camera and snapped a picture of the crow with something flattened, floppy, round and red. Yikes! Perched in the tree, feathers began to fly as the crow picked at a roadkill cardinal.
I was sad the cardinal was killed but happy the crows could utilize the roadkill to sustain themselves in this cold weather. Crows are remarkably adaptable birds that will feed on a wide variety of foods, including seeds, nuts, fruits, berries, bugs, worms and many kinds of animals such as mice and roadkill.
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