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American Crow / Corneille d'Amérique  Corvus brachyrhynchos  Earl Armstrong Road, Ottawa, Ontario  23 April 2008    I think this is the quintessential crow shot: the perch, the barbed wire fence, the golden backdrop...it all comes together so perfectly.  I took this just after sunrise, and was quite surprised that the crow didn't take off as soon as I was within a close distance, especially since I was in my car at the time.  Moments after I shot this, though, it did take off to forage in the fields nearby.
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American Crow / Corneille d'Amérique

Corvus brachyrhynchos

Earl Armstrong Road, Ottawa, Ontario

23 April 2008



I think this is the quintessential crow shot: the perch, the barbed wire fence, the golden backdrop...it all comes together so perfectly.  I took this just after sunrise, and was quite surprised that the crow didn't take off as soon as I was within a close distance, especially since I was in my car at the time.  Moments after I shot this, though, it did take off to forage in the fields nearby.

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American Crow / Corneille d'Amérique  Corvus brachyrhynchos  Earl Armstrong Road, Ottawa, Ontario  23 April 2008    I think this is the quintessential crow shot: the perch, the barbed wire fence, the golden backdrop...it all comes together so perfectly.  I took this just after sunrise, and was quite surprised that the crow didn't take off as soon as I was within a close distance, especially since I was in my car at the time.  Moments after I shot this, though, it did take off to forage in the fields nearby.
American Crow / Corneille d'Amérique

Corvus brachyrhynchos

Earl Armstrong Road, Ottawa, Ontario

23 April 2008



I think this is the quintessential crow shot: the perch, the barbed wire fence, the golden backdrop...it all comes together so perfectly.  I took this just after sunrise, and was quite surprised that the crow didn't take off as soon as I was within a close distance, especially since I was in my car at the time.  Moments after I shot this, though, it did take off to forage in the fields nearby.

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Photo by: Patrick J. Blake · See photo in original gallery.

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