Glad you've taken a liking to your crows, Margoth! So many people dismiss them (wrongly) as pests. Crows will eat almost anything you put out for them: cracked corn, sunflower seeds, peanuts, old cheese, meat scraps, dog or cat food, eggs...you can't go wrong. Don't put out too much at once, as crows will cache extra food for later, and thus be less likely to return. If you put out food around the same time each day, and whistle or honk your horn before doing so, you'll be amazed how quickly they will learn to respond! A shallow bird bath with 2-3 inches of water would also make them very happy. Good luck!
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