Corvids eat a large variety of foods. They are pretty good at cleaning up our environment. Once they are big enough, you can feed a Corvid Mix (Corvids are birds such as Crows, Jays, Ravens). Make a food out of Science Diet Puppy, Iams Kitten, Cooked Brown Rice, Mixed Vegetables, Oatmeal, Finch Seed, Raisins, and wheat germ. You can also make a food which includes meal worms and Bag-O-Bugs along with a few other ingredients. You can scramble eggs for the Corvids as well. Introduce fruits as you go along. A big favorite treat is a goldfish cracker! Crow parents are very committed to their young. They take care of them for a long time and teach them how to find food and fly. They will go after a preditor if they think there is danger to their young. Jays and Raven's are equally protective of their young. Jays are the "clowns" of the bird small bird world.
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