Some days I see crows and blackbirds together in my garden. There are also rooks. There are more rooks than crows.
The crows don’t seem to take any notice of the blackbirds. Neither do the rooks.
The blackbirds don’t seem frightened of the crows.
The blackbirds, rooks and crows land on the grass together. If something frightens them, they fly off together.
Yet, and this is the strange thing, I have seen a crow eating a blackbird.
I have also had a lady write to me saying she saw a crow catch a live blackbird to eat.
Does anyone else have crows / rooks / blackbirds together in their garden or in a park nearby, or in a town centre.
Has anyone else seen a crow or rook eating a blackbird?
I took this video last year, but wanted to show a few of them flying by. I don’t know what startled them but all of a sudden they flew up.
I saw two sets of rooks flocking together the other morning and have suddenly become interested in their movements