Letter: Save the old Gastineau Hotel

I noticed on the front page of the Nov. 11 Juneau Empire a photo of crows sitting in a window of the Gastineau Apartments building. The accompanying article discussed imminent demolition. My involvement...
On the Trails: Magpies

...gets about two nesting seasons and thus two chances to rear young.Magpies belong to the corvid family, along with ravens, crows, and jays. Many of the corvids, including magpies, have a fascinating behavior known from only a few other animals (such...
Photo: A murder waiting

Crows roost together on a walkway banister along Egan Drive as Hollard America Line's Noordam cruise ship enters the downtown harbor on Monday.
Crows, voles a far cry from real pests

...changing them. While crows and voles may leave...would be pest. A crow might slightly disturb...John Lindauer. No crow or vole has ever made...wall, have they? Crows and voles have no...screaming of a murder of crows would be lilting music...we aren't. The crow is not a pest; think...
Photo: A murder of crows

Barb Prindle takes time to feed a murder of crows Thursday at the Don Statter Boat Harbor while waiting for her husband, Jerry, to pull their boat out of the water.
Photo: A murder of crows

Crows sit perched on the second floor balcony of the Juneau Empire building across from the Douglas Island Pink and Chum Macaulay Salmon Hatchery on Wednesday.
Photo: A feast for crows

Crows feed on a discarded salmon backbone on the dock at Harris Harbor on Wednesday. Harold Westman had been fileting the Chum salmon to smoke.
Everett's artistic energy feeds "Calico"

...different, her mother said she was an eagle. Most people are more like ravens and crows, her mother said. There's nothing wrong with being a raven or crow, of course, they just tend to flock. Eagles soar alone.Everett has flown her own...
On the Trails: Little winter puzzles

...Beach, on a low tide, we observed many crows, mostly foraging busily. Along the tideline...these berms, we saw tight clusters of crows, heads down, poking their beaks at the gulls, had been scattered as the crows sorted through the pile for bits the gulls...
Photo: Murderer's row

A murder of crows stand sentry at Sandy Beach on Tuesday.


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