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We kept our fingers crossed for the well-being of our little crow. Apparently, all he needed was a bit of companionship with fellow crows, because he was eating on his own within 24 hours of meeting his new friends. We were ecstatic to hear that our plan had worked! We are so happy for this crow, and thrilled to see him succeed. He’s still in Addison, practicing flying and developing strong bonds with his new family. Soon he’ll be wild and free, and we have every hope that he’ll live a long, healthy life in the wilds of Vermont.
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