Quick put on lipstick, crows can tell us apart. Did you see the article in the New York Times about a study using masks for banding crows and the ruckus they put up after the fact? It is fascinating–go read it.
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I know they can tell us apart. That’s why whenever *I* pull out my camera, the ravens leave the area. I also *know* they talk about us behind our backs because ravens in other areas do the same thing. Sigh.
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