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Crows for Sale

(Corvidae)

Crows are seen almost everywhere in America, but how much is commonly known about them? They are large, black birds that are found perched and cawing, flapping determined to reach its destination, and eating nearly anything. These birds are a mysterious, common subject of superstitions throughout history and well known for their intelligence and ability to adapt. There are 40 known species of crow and they can be found all over the world. They can live in any natural setting, but also live well among suburban areas.

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east african crown cranes

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Name: tim kitchens
Posted: 7/31/2018
Phone: (706) 742-2226
Aviary: cca
Location: Georgia  
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2018 hand raised African cranes ready to go

african crowned crane female

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Name: Wayne Hahn
Posted: 7/26/2018
Phone: (843) 693-2006
Aviary: N/A
Location: South Carolina  
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Very proven female east African crowned crane for sale. Lost male. Female is 5 years old, will hatch eggs, she is pinioned and in perfect feather and health. She has had 3 clutches a year but mostly 2 clutches of 3 eggs per clutch. Will drop price to $1300. if picked up before 8/3/2018

Baby Pied Crow

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Name: Carl
Posted: 7/10/2018
Phone: (217) 653-2677
Aviary: Giants Castle
Location: Illinois  
Website: N/A

Baby pied crow, very tame

Pied Crow Chicks

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Name: Catherine
Posted: 6/12/2018
Phone: (703) 862-5283
Aviary: Diva Crows
Location: Virginia  
Website: www.divacrows.org

Two African Pied Crow chicks available in about four weeks. Crows will be fully socialized and be accustomed to anklets. Will make great pets or education birds. $2,500 each plus cost of shipping and health documents. $2,250 each if buyer picks up. Special Offer: both chicks and parents (proven br...

Pied Crows

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Name: Steve
Posted: 6/1/2018
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Aviary: N/A
Location: Texas  
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DNA sexed pair of Pied Crows in perfect condition, very compatible 3 years old $3000/pair


African Pied Crow hand fed baby

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Name: Chris
Posted: 5/30/2018
Phone: (330) 412-2529
Aviary: NA
Location: Florida  
Website: http://softbillsforsale.com

One African Pied Crow hand fed baby female. $2000.00. Healthy, tame, will make a good pet, or educational bird. These are not wild imported breeders, those usually sell for less than 1/2 the price of a handfed baby. These babies are 8 weeks old. 

Feathers

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Name: J
Posted: 5/25/2018
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Aviary: N/A
Location: Missouri  
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2 year old East African Crowned Crane hen $1750. Mute swans $850 pair. Erckle francolin male $60.

Crowned crane hen

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Name: J
Posted: 5/8/2018
Phone: (555) 555-5555
Aviary: N/A
Location: Missouri  
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2 year old Full wing East African Crowned Crane hen $1750 Pick up in SW Missouri. I can help arrange transportation if needed. I know people who do nationwide deliveries. I can put you in contact and you can negotiate with them.

East African Crown Crane

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Name: Jack Payne
Posted: 4/24/2018
Phone: (336) 247-0021
Aviary: N/A
Location: North Carolina  
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DNA sexed male East African Crown Crane. Healthy. beautiful bird. No shipping $900.00.

African Pied Crow

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Name: Julie Koschnitzki
Posted: 4/11/2018
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Aviary: N/A
Location: Texas  
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2012 hatched African Pied Crow. She has been used in educational programs for years and is great to work with. $2,000.00 Will ship at buyers expense. email me at juliekoschnitzki@yahoo.com

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Crow Video




Types of Crows

Crow Superstitions

"A crow on the thatch, soon death will lift the hatch" was a superstition meaning a crow flying over the home meant bad luck or an impending death within. If, however, two crows cross your path you will be blessed in some way: "Two crows I see, good luck to me". Finding a dead crow in the road meant good luck and crows on a church property bad luck. Many, many other sayings include the crow and its cultural/spiritual significance. The bad reputation continues into crow terminology where a flock of crows is called a "murder" and they will ban together to attack predators in what is called "mobbing".

It may be hard to tell how large a Crow is from a distance, but they can be quite large in size. Since there are some 40 species of crow, their size depends on the species. Crow species can range from 17-20 inches. The common crow is among the largest and measures approximately 27 inches. They can weigh anywhere between 12-57 ounces.

How smart is a Crow

Crows are often solitary but can choose to travel with a flock. They will migrate with their intuition and sometimes just move within the same territory to a warmer climate rather than make a long trip. They are problem solvers who never forget a face. They can identify a person who's been mean to them to other birds and teach them to avoid the person. Some species have unique traits of intelligence that humans might know little about. The Common Raven has up to 33 categories of sounds it makes and the Northwestern Crow has been reported to be playing games while in flight with other Crows.

What do crows eat?

Crows will eat nearly anything, so they are considered omnivorous. Some people consider this a pest-like behavior when in fact it may help them or other animals are to blame. They will eat from garbage cans overturned by larger animals, they'll eat small animals, seeds, nuts, worms, grains, and even other birds.  Crows eat insects, up to 90% of them being harmful to crops.

Crow Breeding

A Crow's lifespan can range up 14 years! A captive Crow in New York was reported to live to be 59 years of age. In nature, mature Crows can stay within the area they were born for most of their life, defending the young of the community. When it's time to mate, the male and female will build a nest up to 2 feet in diameter and lay 4-5 eggs that incubate around 18 days. Crows can leave the nest at 4 weeks, but be fed by parents up to 60 days old.

Current Crow Population

Only 2 of the 40 species are somewhat threatened due to their small decline in population and deforestation. These species are the Flores and Hawaiian Crow varieties. Other Crow species are of little threat and their populations are healthy.