Observation Logs, Maine, U.S.A. The American Crow, Corvus brachyrhynchos.

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Maine Crow Observation Logs

This section includes reports of various observers from the State of Maine.

Gray, Maine: March 1, 2000

Location_Description: Gray-New Gloucester High School, inside the art room wall

Behavior: Somehow, two crows not sure of age or species, became stuck inside the ceiling/wall of our school. I was fortunate enough to help with the rescue. It seems as though the parents may have formed a nest in a hole above a doorway leading from the outside into the school ceiling/walls or something to this nature. They seemed scared when we began to free them, we had to drill holes in the wall and saw a hole to get them out. They huddled together in a corner.

Comments: The entry of my journal for that day

"I could tell that they were so glad to be out of the wall, they flew to the tree out in the courtyard, and looking back at the class, I felt as though it was to attempt a 'Thank You' before flying away." (Terri Brady)

I am not sure how {if in any way} this could help, but it is just an observation.

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