Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Good news

According to the Georgia Wildlife Web:
The American Crow is widely distributed in the United States, being found in most of the continental states all year. It is common throughout Georgia, with the highest breeding populations found in the central and southwestern regions.

Because the diet of the American Crow includes seeds and other grains, it is sometimes considered a pest species. Some control efforts have involved killing these birds at their fall and winter roosts, which sometimes include thousands of birds at each roost. This species is also hunted within the United States, and is not listed as Threatened or Endangered in any part of its range.
Some of you out in blog-land may remember last year's epic battle against the moth invaders. Even greater things appear to be on the horizon.

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