New England wildlife vs popup.

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    My son and I like to go camping out at Red Rock, of the 14 in Kern County, Ca. During the early spring, when it is still cold in the morning and the days are mild, there are a lot of crows. They are the most entertaining animals. They will come by, watch you, try to figure things out and, if you let them, they WILL figure out, or try very hard to, how to get into your containers, bags and camper. Then when you come back and shoo them away, they get mad at you. I have had one land on the chair next to me and take a piece of food out of my hand that I handed to it.

    I really do get why the various tribes respect these things so much. They are not dumb birds.
     
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    I knew I read that somewhere... I was not going to quote it if I was not sure. I know that there was this one at Red Rock that kept dropping small pebbles on my son. Only him though. Our Camp Neighbor, who was Cherokee, told him it was because 'Brother crow recognizes you as a kindred spirit and wants to play with you.'

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