Murder Most Fowl: The American Crow

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Sunday, September 30, 2018
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Myles Standish State Forest Interpretive Center
Myles Standish State Forest Interpretive Center
194 Cranberry Rd.
Carver, MA 02330

Crows are much more intriguing than you might guess. Remarkably social and intelligent, these clever birds have long been a source of fascination and lore, forming tight-knit communities ominously called “murders.”

Explore this fascinating and impressive creature at the Myles Standish State Forest with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. You’ll learn how crows live, behave, adapt and survive all over the world, in all kinds of climates. The program will also discuss how different cultures have viewed crows throughout history, from Native Americans to Europeans, to modern Americans.

Rain may cancel; call ahead to confirm. Open to children ages 8 and up.

Cost: Free

For more information:
Phone: (508) 866-2526
Category: Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation
Hosted By: Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation
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