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Wow, that's some crow, Rob. He's focused intently on something. I hope it's not us... That must have been an incredible experience seeing the octopus. They're very intelligent creatures. I never ever have octopus when I have sushi. Cheers to you.
Thanks cinderfire - I'm pleased you liked it!!Thanks Nicky!Wow! You've been busy Gail!!Thanks for the links - I've come to the conclusion that we have slightly different crows here in OZ!!Ours are big with a heavy beak and we have them in our yard frequently!! I'm not a fan of them as they tend to wake up before I do and then make a real racket!! We also have Ravens, but I don't think I've ever seen one.I still don't know if the birds in this puzzle are Ravens or Crows - wish I could remember where I found the pic!!I do like the Octopus - he's a smart character!! Chris & I were lucky to actually see one when we were snorkelling in the Cook Islands a few years ago!! Talk about being camouflage experts!!!!Here's a link to the Australian Torresian Crow - they're a big bird!!http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=DP15H63ACheers...
Oh jeez, now look what you've done ~ you've got me on YouTube instead of playing on Jigidi:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQxNOFPqidgEdgar the Ravenhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFXU7o0fYIIInteresting markings on this raven ~ Mischief the Talking RavenAND, last but by no means least ~ my ex-husband, Mr. Octo-Puss, the one that got away:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfuOn3rxdy8
Thanks, Jig, for the lesson. I found a short video on YouTube that's very informing:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guBwMUAWAJI
Fab photo, robryan. I've never seen an albino crow before. Thanks for sharing such a great shot.
A great picture robryan. This is a rare shot of an albino so I'm glad you shared it. Thx very much.
Thanks jignut! The photo didn't say if they were Ravens or Crows - but - we have really big Crows here in Australia, and these birds look just like them, heavy beak and all!! I guess it doesn't really matter - but thanks anyway.Thanks Lyndee!LOL!! Ours are Floyd :)))) Thanks!
Looks more like a raven than a crow to me. Crows aren't that big and ugly.
That's interesting to know jignut. I have now determined that the ones that hang around in our pines are crows. Thanks
Great photo but I have to tell you that these are ravens not crows. Ravens are much bigger than crows and have a thicker beak. http://www.diffen.com/difference/Crow_vs_Raven
Me either Beekay - I was fascinated by the photo! Thanks.I guess so Jim - I only came across this one image. Thanks.Thanks Shirley - we'll have to keep a lookout for one!!This one looks like he's enjoying the great outdoors Gail - and it's probably the best place for him!!! Thanks!
I see Wicca's next best friend. We'll have to talk to Jignut and have her adopt this one. Of course, I'm sure this one wouldn't like the diaper he'd have to wear.
I've never seen one, very interesting Rob, Thanks for the post.
This must be quite rare. I spent a spell looking at albino images on google a while back and not one was a crow. Thanks for this one
I never heard of one before. He looks quite pump and healthy.
Very cool! Its an adult so it has survived for some time. And it doesn't look like its been picked on. It sure stands out, though! Thanks Robyn.
LOL!! I wonder if he realises that he's different Sandy? Maybe he can't see as well - I've heard that albino eyes are very sensitive to bright lights. Not sure what that is - it doesn't look like a bug!!
The white sheep of the family. I wonder what those two are playing tug of war with?
Thanks louisee - I haven't actually seen one - but would find it interesting!You'd think so chookie - but they're pretty tough, so maybe he'd be OK! Thanks!
A very interesting looking crow, I wonder whether he ever gets picked on! A great post, rob.
This is interesting. It must be very rare to see an albino crow. Thanks for posting robryan.