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Why do crows watch people?

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Wendi Chapman

Crows are exceptionally curious, observant, sociable, cooperative, resourceful, intelligent, and misunderstood. They keep a look out for anything that might be a threat to them and that includes people. We are so much bigger than they are. If they have babies nearby, the parent crows may even swoop down and try to attack a person to keep them away from their babies.

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