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CROWS? #8220793 03/31/21 01:33 PM
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Any place to hunt crows?

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Re: CROWS? [Re: bill oxner] #8223046 04/02/21 06:52 AM
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Had a crow as a pet. One of the most intelligent birds/animals on the planet and live everywhere but antartica. If you read about them you will probably never kill one. Each one has its place in the murder.


Murder is the name for a family/group of crows......Other examples of “group” names include: an ostentation of peacocks, a parliament of owls, a knot frogs, and a skulk of foxes.

Crows have over 250 different words or calls and about half of the crow population has been decimated by west nile virus.


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Originally Posted by TakeMeLord
Any place to hunt crows?


Not on public land in Texas.

Oklahoma has a season for them and allows hunting for them on a lot of public land.

Re: CROWS? [Re: TakeMeLord] #8224947 04/04/21 12:27 PM
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Don't think you can hunt them anywhere, anytime in Texas. That goes for private & public land. Same goes for robins. The only non-protected bird species are Starlings, Sparrows, pigeons Egyptian geese, Muscovy ducks and Eurasian doves.

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Crop damage, if ya have peacon orchard confused2 have heard YA can ta protect your crop...
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I believe crow hunting in Europe is quite popular. Seems like this has been covered on here before. Several cultural traditions that it's bad "juju" to kill one. There's always a few loafing around and talking on my place.


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