An Oregon woman is seeking legal advice online after sharing a story about how she accidentally created an army of crow bodyguards by feeding and befriending them.
They eventually became aggressive toward her friend and now the situation has her wondering if she’s liable for any damage they cause because she’s the one feeding them.
Who knew crows were so smart? According to the BBC, crows are now believed to be the second smartest animal after primates. It makes sense that these crows became so attached to someone feeding them. It turns out, crows likely know more about your neighborhood than you do. Studies have shown that after feeding befriending an “army of crows” they begin to recognize you, your home, and even your car. It sounds crazy but honestly sounds kind of badass, right?
The crows follow her whenever she’s outside and even attacked a neighbor but the story has a nice wholesome twist at the end that shows the crows aren’t as foul as Alfred Hitchcock made us think.