An Apology to Mourning Doves

An Apology to Mourning Doves

Anyone at Diva Crows will tell you that I am not a fan of mourning doves. The babies require a completely different regimen of care and at the end of all that work they, well, they turn into mourning doves. Last year we had an adult build a typically flimsy nest over...
Apollo’s First Ucawze

Apollo’s First Ucawze

Long-time readers know that crows have strong societal bonds, whether it be between pairs who stay with the same partner for life, or siblings who return to their parents’ territory to help raise their new brothers and sisters. Families have territories but will...
A Happy Cat Story

A Happy Cat Story

As loyal readers know, Diva Crows has little use for cats. They are fine if kept indoors, but outdoor cats are a menace. There are over 100 million in the United States and they kill approximately 2.4 billion birds here every year, making cat predation by far...
Welcome 2022!

Welcome 2022!

Diva Crows survived the wild ride that was 2021. In all, we cared for a total of 449 birds during 2021, which is more than double the amount we took in 2020 (being 202 birds)! This is thanks to Diva Crows’ amazing interns to worked through a plague of unknown...