If a flock is driving off other predatory or carrion birds, or 'picking on' another species either because it is competition or prey (although they feed largely on already dead animals, they are known to work together to hunt if need be since they are extremely adaptive birds), then these are apt terms. The crows gradually moved off and happily the Kestrel managed to squeeze undervthe fence and fly off.
The Raven's Flock, Tampa, Florida.
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A murder of crows is the collective noun for a group of crows. In popular culture, it may refer to: A Murder of Crows (film), 1999 film. A Murder of Crows, a play written in 1992 by Mac Wellman. A Murder of Crows, a 2010 episode of season 29 of the American television series Nature about the current study of crows.
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|1||–The Sepia Raven||We Are Fledglings, May We Live To Tell The Tale||2:15|
|2||–The Sepia Raven||64||2:20|
|3||–The Sepia Raven||An Autmn Breeze Tells Of Summer's Departure||1:48|
|4||–The Sepia Raven||The Sleeping Creature Begins To Slowly Awaken||1:33|
|5||–The Sepia Raven||The Monster I Once Abhorred Now Stares At Me From The Mirror||2:00|
|6||–The Sepia Raven||The Woods Watched My Solitude In Silence||1:49|
|7||–Flock Of Crows||This Too Shall Pass||39:20|
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