JODI FROM CAPE ANN WILDLIFE NEEDS OUR HELP LOCATING RAVEN FAMILY

CAPE ANN WILDLIFE NEEDS OUR HELP LOCATING RAVEN FAMILY NEAR POST OFFICE

Jodi writes, “Hi Kim, hoping you can write something up about the Ravens who nested in town by the post office. I got the fledgling yesterday and he is emaciated but I’m hoping his stay will be short. What I need to know is where his parents are spending their their time so I can reunite him with them hopefully next week. Erinn Whitamore from Sharon Audubon said Ravens tend to stick to their territory and have a daily routine they pretty much stick to. Posts about him are on the Cape Ann Wildlife if you have time to look thru it. I need the public’s help on this one, I don’t have the time to search for them myself.”

Readers, if you have seen a Raven family near the post office downtown, please write in the comment section below and we will get in touch with Jodi. Thank you so much for any help given!

Not sure if you have a Raven or a Crow nest? Check out this helpful post from Audubon

How to Tell a Raven From a Crow

Clockwise from top left: Common Raven; American Crow; American Crow; Common Raven

 

One thought on “JODI FROM CAPE ANN WILDLIFE NEEDS OUR HELP LOCATING RAVEN FAMILY

  1. Ravens have been spotted in large tree on School St, adjacent to Columbia St. They also have been hanging in trees behind McPherson Park, on Columbia Street side.

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