what do crows eat?
Crows are some of the smartest animals in the world, comprised of several species of bird from the jackdaw to the raven. Like most birds, crows are omnivorous, and their extreme intelligence gives them access to many different types of food. Their main sources of food are insects like flies and beetles. They hunt for bugs by sifting through leaves, sticks and dirt on the ground, where they may also pick up seeds from various plants and other bugs like spiders, worms and even scorpions! Sometimes they find larger meals, like frogs, mice and carrion.
Crows are one of the only animals that are able to create tools to reach their food. Crows have been observed turning a strand of wire into a hook in order to pull a meal from a bottle, or using bread crumbs to lure fish within striking distance.