I come but on my terms, not yours viewer
Jams,yes! And isn't it lovely (not to write wonderful).On the other hand: We do 'know' eachother for about the past 36 years; we do share cherries & walnuts & this & that, and sometimes we would even talk to one another.I (we) – the bipeds – do not mind at all that s/he and her/his partner would not completely trust in our friendliness. Our species has offered lots of reasons for askance.
You caught him well, without taking his freedom away, Sean...
It looks like such fun.
Free as a bird.
It would be a fine thing to be able to fly.
A fine image, Sean. How unimaginably spacious it must be up there. Hardly any traffic at all.
Claude,thanks; and yes: our crows seem to enjoy their freedom. Very interesting creatures.Ashley,and certainly it is, especially when they feel fancy for flying stunts. CherryPie,yes! :)Susan,... to be a Jonathan Crow ... :)Stan,thank you.Yes, they are obviously unrivalled, and their territory is not small. As far as I could witness, only one magpie caused some adrenalin rushs during summer; well, and a kestrel couple, for about three weeks giving flying lessons to their offspring.