We have a crow that visits our bird bath a few times a day. Yesterday, he had the carcass of a dead bird in his mouth, and he was dipping it into our birdbath (gross, I know). We are concerned that this might be the offspring of some of the birds that have nested in our backyard. Could this crow be killing and eating our backyard birds?
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We had a hawk in the yard a few months ago. I feel better knowing that this crow isn't killing our birds. I guess we'll empty the bird bath and hope that the crows and hawk will move on in a short time. Thanks for your help and for the info!
Yes, I hate to take away the water source from our other backyard birds, but the crows have made a real mess of our bird bath. We haven't seen any other birds at it for a long time because of the crows. Thanks for your help and comments.
Thanks for all your information. I respect the crows "nature", I just want them to move on from our little backyard. Thanks again!!