Don't underestimate your corvid neighbors

By Kathleen Atkins
Many life-changing relationships begin by chance, as is the case with eight-year-old Gabi and her Seattle crow neighbors.
Four years ago, crows noticed very young Gabi had a way of scattering crumbs when she emerged from the family car. Gabi noticed crow interest in her snacks and began giving most of her lunch to her after-school greeters. Since then, sharing has become mutual; Gabi feeds crows and they bring her beads, bolts, bones, and other interesting gifts, which you can see in this video.

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