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  • Roberta
    A family of crows were foraging in our rural upstate NY (southern tier) yard one afternoon when a red tail hawk swooped in and pinned one of them to the ground.  The others immediately when into a crazed cawing fit, flying at the hawk, circling and swooping down at it.  Soon several more crows flew in from the neighbors property up the hill.  They all work together to harass this hawk and it finally flew away with a few crows chasing it.  The attacked crow stood up after resting a few minutes.  It seemed to be uninjured except for a couple wing feathers that were bent and hung down dragging on the ground.  We could easily identify the lucky crow the rest of that year, we named him funny feather.
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