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Welcome to the Crow’s Nest

Hello!  My name is Jimini Crowket and I am an Educational Ambassador.  I am also a talking crow! When I was hatched, I imprinted on a human and because of that I cannot be released back into the wild.  I never learned the survival skills I needed nor had the relationship with other crows to make it “out there”.

Please Click on this link to check out Jimini’s 
YouTube Channel

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Jimini Crowket enjoys volunteering with his friends at Messinger Woods Wildlife Care and Education Center, Inc.

To view a video about Messinger Woods Wildlife Care and Education Center, please check below.

Close up of crow feathers

Crows have shiny black feathers which seem almost iridescent and they moult only once a year.  Crows belong to the Corvidae family which also includes ravens, rooks, jackdaws, magpies, treepies, nutcrackers and jays.  Crows have demonstrated self-awareness and tool making abilities.

Important Crow Facts
Crow Prints Crow Prints Tree Silhoutte

A crow’s view of the world

Come visit me on Facebook

However, I do have other skills like talking which make me a perfect Educational Ambassador.  I, along with my friends (other non-releasable birds), have made it our goal to educate humans about us.

Crow Silhoutte

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Supporters can visit me on Twitter at  @wngnaprar or on Instagram  @wngnaprar

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