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The crows in your backyard are part of extended families that share food and look out for each other—and the environment! One crow family can eat 40,000 grubs, caterpillars, army worms, and other insects in a single nesting season. What to do when these otherwise helpful birds pose a nuisance? Use this page for proven, humane techniques to move crows to a more suitable place.

Crows Roost at Dusk

Thousands of crows roost communally each night, gathering at twilight and landing first in staging areas before joining the main roosting area. No one knows yet why crows come together in such large numbers; we can only guess.

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