Crow drama.

The scene.

Crows none

A crow arrives.

Crow 1

Crows none

Slowly they gather.

Crow 2

Anybody else coming?

Crow 2a

Apparently crow #2 found a better branch. Good stuff under this bark,
mate!

Crow 2b

No matter how tasty the bugs are, the wise crow keeps its eyes open.

Crow 2c

Sometimes it is enough to
know your buddy has your back.

Crow 2d

Crow 2e

But when your lookout buddy leaves, it is probably time for  you to go,
too.

Crows none

The End.

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0 Responses to Crow drama.

  1. Kym says:

    Nice story. 🙂

  2. Chris says:

    Have you ever read any of Charles de Lint’s Newford books? Ah, those wickedly wonderful Crow Girls…

  3. gayle says:

    I second the recommendation of the Charles de Lint books.
    I like to watch crows trying to eat something in the middle of the road as cars approach. Will greed or caution win?

  4. k says:

    Liking that tripod, eh?
    I love watching crows.

  5. I can’t stand crows. The attack and eat the baby doves and orioles in my garden. The worst part is the way they case the nests for days, waiting for the babies to get to the height of plump juiciness before going in for the kill. I have a slingshot and I’m not afraid to use it!

  6. Heather says:

    I like a crow story that ends well.

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