Maggie Crow, A Day in the Life-Nature’s Nursery

Maggie Crow, A Day In The Life-Nature's Nursery

First Maggie works in the front office…then she relaxes with a nice bath. (Seeing Maggie hanging out at the front desk is a big deal…she is a sweet bird, but can be easily startled. Also…she doesn't really take a bath…so we are working on that task!)

Maggie Crow, A Day In The Life-Nature's Nursery

Maggie Crow, A Day in the Life-Nature's Nursery

First Maggie works in the front office...then she relaxes with a nice bath. (Seeing Maggie hanging out at the front desk is a big deal...she is a sweet bird, but can be easily startled. Also...she doesn't really take a bath...so we are working on that task!)

Maggie Crow, A Day In The Life-Nature's Nursery
Maggie Crow, A Day In The Life-Nature's Nursery
Maggie Crow, A Day In The Life-Nature's Nursery
Maggie Crow, A Day In The Life-Nature's Nursery
Maggie Crow, A Day In The Life-Nature's Nursery

Maggie Crow, A Day In The Life-Nature's Nursery

3 thoughts on “Maggie Crow, A Day in the Life-Nature’s Nursery

  1. I love crows and ravens!! They’re so smart! And she’s so polite! She even
    tried to answer the phone for you!

  2. I have a few crows that talk to me each morning. Was cooking dinner a few
    nights ago and saw one bouncing on one of our apple trees skinnier limbs.
    Looked like he/she was having grand time and I just kept laughing.
    What kind of snacks/food could I put out for them?

    1. +ferretchick06 Really almost anything…as long as you mix it up. They eat
      fruit, veggies, meat. Every so often we give ours spaghetti…scrambled
      eggs…dessert. But it should only be seen as a treat. Not feeding them the
      bulk of their food. They sound like fun. Enjoy them!

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