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Ccrow 28 Apr 2016
The Crow is believed to be the most intelligent of all birds. When trying to open nuts, it will purposely place them in the roadway so cars will crack them open. Crows are identified by their black feathers, black eyes and the caw-caw sound they make. Adult crows have a light violet gloss on their body and a greenish blue gloss on their wings. Crow Food Sources Crows thrive mainly on corn, thus the reason scarecrows are put up in corn fields as well as other food crops and gardens. They damage corn crops by tearing open the cobs and exposing them to the weather. These birds can be seen sometimes following a plow so that they can feast on exposed earthworms. Although they cause damage to corn crops, crows are very beneficial to farmers by eating the June bugs, grasshoppers, weevils, and other insects that affect farmers’ fields. They also eat bugs, worms, road kill, mice, berries, spiders, millipedes, snails, salamanders, lizards, small mammals and fast food leftovers. Crows like to store any excess food they may find. They usually hide food in areas such as trees or in rain gutters. Mating, Reproduction Habits of Crows When courting, the adult crow fluffs his feathers, struts and fly in circle to attract a female crow. Once mated, the male and female crows stay together for life. Both take turns sitting on the 4-6 eggs in the nest. When building the nest, younger birds help build the nest and bring food and water to the mother to be. Building a nest usually take 1-2 weeks of gathering leaves, moss feathers, grass, twigs, and sticks. Baby crows stay in the nest up to 2 months before leaving. Adult crows can live up to ten years and are 21 inches from beak to tail when fully grown. Crow Roosting and Migration Crows are found all around the world except in New Zealand , Antarctica ad South America . They are found mainly in agricultural lands, farmland and woodlands. During the fall and winter months, crows “roost” together in packs. Roosting protects them from predators and always revolves around a major food source. Crows usually wait nearby until dusk before finding their roosting spot. Roosts can grow from 100 to thousands of crows. They have been known to migrate a few hundred miles away from their roost to search for scarce food and then return to the roost at night. Crows are both migratory and resident. The Northern Crow usually migrates in the fall through January when the weather can get down to 0 degrees. Crows have been known to travel over 1500 miles to migrate to agricultural lands. Southern crows normally do not migrate as do their northern cousins. Crows can sometime be mistaken to be ravens and vice versa. Between the two, the Crow is the smallest. Although the raven is black like the crow, it is the largest of the two species and has a shaggy throat feature as well as a wedge shaped tail that is most recognized when flying. When in flight, the raven's tail is fanned out. Ravens also soar more than crows.
Ccrow 28 Apr 2016
The Crow is believed to be the most intelligent of all birds. When trying to open nuts, it will purposely place them in the roadway so cars will crack them open. Crows are identified by their black feathers, black eyes and the caw-caw sound they make. Adult crows have a light violet gloss on their body and a greenish blue gloss on their wings. Crow Food Sources Crows thrive mainly on corn, thus the reason scarecrows are put up in corn fields as well as other food crops and gardens. They damage corn crops by tearing open the cobs and exposing them to the weather. These birds can be seen sometimes following a plow so that they can feast on exposed earthworms. Although they cause damage to corn crops, crows are very beneficial to farmers by eating the June bugs, grasshoppers, weevils, and other insects that affect farmers’ fields. They also eat bugs, worms, road kill, mice, berries, spiders, millipedes, snails, salamanders, lizards, small mammals and fast food leftovers. Crows like to store any excess food they may find. They usually hide food in areas such as trees or in rain gutters. Mating, Reproduction Habits of Crows When courting, the adult crow fluffs his feathers, struts and fly in circle to attract a female crow. Once mated, the male and female crows stay together for life. Both take turns sitting on the 4-6 eggs in the nest. When building the nest, younger birds help build the nest and bring food and water to the mother to be. Building a nest usually take 1-2 weeks of gathering leaves, moss feathers, grass, twigs, and sticks. Baby crows stay in the nest up to 2 months before leaving. Adult crows can live up to ten years and are 21 inches from beak to tail when fully grown. Crow Roosting and Migration Crows are found all around the world except in New Zealand , Antarctica ad South America . They are found mainly in agricultural lands, farmland and woodlands. During the fall and winter months, crows “roost” together in packs. Roosting protects them from predators and always revolves around a major food source. Crows usually wait nearby until dusk before finding their roosting spot. Roosts can grow from 100 to thousands of crows. They have been known to migrate a few hundred miles away from their roost to search for scarce food and then return to the roost at night. Crows are both migratory and resident. The Northern Crow usually migrates in the fall through January when the weather can get down to 0 degrees. Crows have been known to travel over 1500 miles to migrate to agricultural lands. Southern crows normally do not migrate as do their northern cousins. Crows can sometime be mistaken to be ravens and vice versa. Between the two, the Crow is the smallest. Although the raven is black like the crow, it is the largest of the two species and has a shaggy throat feature as well as a wedge shaped tail that is most recognized when flying. When in flight, the raven's tail is fanned out. Ravens also soar more than crows.
Nyayadhish..Ahmadnagar 27 Apr 2016
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XYZ 26 Apr 2016
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p s decor 02 Apr 2016
my typing gets wiped out how ?
Anil Kelkar 24 Mar 2016
earlier after getting a word if i did backsape then three four alternatives used to appear ,now that is not happening .Is any change required? regards
AWPimprikar 23 Mar 2016
how to get this tool for word file
sunil b 23 Mar 2016
this is very important software . because my marathi typing problem.so, thanks...
prakash 19 Mar 2016
i have problem with following word typing 1) Institute 2) madam Please give me its actual letter
yojana salunkhe 17 Mar 2016
i think this type of typing is very best...because i do not type the marathi typing..
SHILPA 10 Mar 2016
I WANT TO TABLE IN MY PARAGRAPH, HOW TO DO THIS??
Jitendra Vichare 08 Mar 2016
The conversion from English to marathi is not taking place?
P 04 Mar 2016
MARATHI WORD MEANING PRAMANIT
Pralhad 03 Mar 2016
Best .Yesss
Yogeeta 02 Mar 2016
I want to Convert My English Word to Marathi Letter As well As Meaining for Marathi Project Of my child
happy2clappy 29 Feb 2016
I think you should have a setting to make the letters English but still having it in Marathi like i could say mi icchita for example for i want it just makes more sense for people that only speak English however i think its a great site to learn how to write and read Marathi but just not speaking it and i learned a lot from this sight just remember what i am telling you so you can make this a great web sight and know you could always change somethings
Prakash Shirgaokar 23 Feb 2016
Have entered Marathi words on our MS ACCESS Data base. But when I download the database from the net in my MS Excel file on my PC, the words look garbled. I have already installed your Akshar Unicode font on my PC. Pl. help

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