The Murder of Crows. Did you see it on Public Television this past week? Perhaps it airs different times in various parts of the country? If you missed, I highly recommend that you go online to the public broadcast network, and watch the show. The link is http://www.pbs.org/search/?q=The%20Murder%20of%20Crows.
What is there to learn about crows you ask? A lot. You might learn how intelligent they are if you already didn’t know this. I knew that they are highly intuitive and aware of their surroundings. How I know this, I really couldn’t say. It is one of those indescribable things in life. Maybe I can feel their vibration. The following I can say for sure. I can say that when I am in their presence, I am keenly aware of how present they are of life around them. They watch with wisdom, a knowing. It is as though they can see right through a situation and get right to the heart of an issue.
I have to admit that I am a little afraid of them. A few years back while on a walk, I suspect that walked under a tree that may have had a crow’s nest in it. Something happened, because as I walked under a tree, I heard this horrible squawking sound. Suddenly a crow swooped down and hit me on the head. Then one can from behind and struck the back of my head too. I was terrified and pulled the hood of my sweater up over my head and ran/walked. I looked up and there were a number of crows sitting on a telephone line. I imagined that they were all watching me and would swoop down and attack me too. They remained where they were and I suspected that I was being watched as moved quickly to get out of their range. Sounds like something from Hitchcock doesn’t it?