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Hi people,

 

My sister went to my local park and this lovely crow landed on my back and arm not aggressive at all,then followed me around for a good hour while in the park. But went when i left. Any ideas,does this have any meaning or is it a friendly bird? Thanks

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2 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

Hi people,

 

My sister went to my local park and this lovely crow landed on my back and arm not aggressive at all,then followed me around for a good hour while in the park. But went when i left. Any ideas,does this have any meaning or is it a friendly bird? Thanks

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That looks more like a Jay to me, 👍

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10 minutes ago, Captainlove said:

Never seen one we have crows and doves with some sea gulls.

 

We have all sorts where I live, we've even got a seagull who quite often just wonders into the kitchen to pinch the cat's grub. 😅

 

Usually Crows symbolize something sinister, or maybe I've watched to many movies.

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17 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

We have all sorts where I live, we've even got a seagull who quite often just wonders into the kitchen to pinch the cat's grub. 😅

 

Usually Crows symbolize something sinister, or maybe I've watched to many movies.

 

Interesting photo OP. It looks too small for a crow and may not be a blackbird which has orange beaks. Could be a Brewer's Blackbird which has blue/green tinged feather.

Whether Crows are good or bad omen depends on which side you are on. It's good for some people.

 

There are blue jays in the UK. I've seen many, they are fantastic divers and love peanuts. 🤗

 

https://whatismyspiritanimal.com/spirit-totem-power-animal-meanings/birds/blackbird-symbolism-meaning/

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4 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Nature's a strange and amazing thing.

 

It certainly is, my hubby was driving home from work one day, when there were hundreds of Jackdaws that had stopped all the traffic, apparently there was this injured Jackdaw in the road & they were obviously trying to save it, has luck had it there was a RSPCA van in the queue of traffic who picked the bird up and took it.

 

Another time when I were driving, I had to stop while a mother and her young ducklings crossed the road & the on coming traffic had also stopped, bought a tear of happiness to my eye.🦆

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Schoolgirls face a Hitchcock-style nightmare as murder of crows launch a wave of attacks on the walk to school in south London suburb

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In an echo of the Hitchcock movie The Birds, James Allen's Girls' School in Dulwich Village has had a warning to remain vigilant in case of attack from a gang of ... crows.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12130137/Schoolgirls-face-Hitchcock-style-nightmare-murder-crows-launch-wave-attacks.html

 

Most likely to attack during breeding season.

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7 hours ago, alexa said:

Schoolgirls face a Hitchcock-style nightmare as murder of crows launch a wave of attacks on the walk to school in south London suburb

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In an echo of the Hitchcock movie The Birds, James Allen's Girls' School in Dulwich Village has had a warning to remain vigilant in case of attack from a gang of ... crows.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12130137/Schoolgirls-face-Hitchcock-style-nightmare-murder-crows-launch-wave-attacks.html

 

Most likely to attack during breeding season.

It really is murder....

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23 hours ago, Captainlove said:

Hi people,

 

My sister went to my local park and this lovely crow landed on my back and arm not aggressive at all,then followed me around for a good hour while in the park. But went when i left. Any ideas,does this have any meaning or is it a friendly bird? Thanks

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Here's a very nice website with 11 things you never knew about the jackdaw, the bird that just loves people, 👍

 

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14 hours ago, alexa said:

Another time when I were driving, I had to stop while a mother and her young ducklings crossed the road & the on coming traffic had also stopped, bought a tear of happiness to my eye.🦆

Yeah we have a road like that near here....a pond in the middle of a complex of offices....and they cross in the evening....so organised...the cars always stop. I remember once though someone didn't and someone got very upset that it was such a narrow miss.

 

There's also a very sad story in the news this week of a Dad who got run over trying to let some ducks cross the road. 

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32 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

 

There's also a very sad story in the news this week of a Dad who got run over trying to let some ducks cross the road. 

 

Yes I remember reading that story, that was real sad.

 

Any way where's ol Del Boy gone ? 😀

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