Crows are solid black birds that grow to about 20 inches long. They are often seen in groups, and you can identify them by their familiar call: Caw! Caw!
It isn't easy to spot a crow's nest, but knowing where to look helps. The nests are very high, near the treetops, and made of sticks. Nests can be as large as two feet across.
Crows are clever at figuring out ways to reach food. They have even been observed fashioning hooks out of twigs and wire to reach a treat. Once you know where to find crows, you and your child can devise a puzzle for them to solve and get a peanut treat.