I had a fire in my burn pit this evening well after sunset in the dark. I thought I heard a crow caw in the distance a few times. Then I was certain as the bird came pretty close to my house overhead. There was other american crows cawing at times too for at least an hour or so between 800 and 900 pm well after dark. They were not mobbing anything as they seemed to be flying by singly. I couldn't ascertain direction but could they be migrating at night? I don't believe I have ever heard a crow at night before. anyone ever experience this?
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