Hello to everyone. Just signed to this group and I see a wealth of useful information.
Tell us more about this Raven Feeding Hobby?Living in SoCal until I can find a way out. I enjoy the geographical features but not so much for the rest.
I retired a couple of years ago. I don't miss the grind and my days are my own.
I kayak when I can, which is not much lately with the low water levels. I'm in the high desert so and the ocean isn't all the near. Hoping to learn to fly fish soon. My mentor on that subject is no longer among us.
I enjoy archery, and other shooting. I walk 4 or 5 miles early mornings before sunrise and enjoy that bit of astronomy.
I feed the local ravens after sunrise. I'm a long term student of history and a middling chess player.
I also see that even though I thought I was posting my hello in New Member Introductions, I failed to make it go there.
Annie, I'm offended at your use of the word (insert trigger word referencing a lazy nocturnal thief). Please check your white privilege.Welcome, welcome!! I was told crows leave little gifts to people who feed them. Bright shiny things or whatever catches their eye, like a raccoon. Is it true of ravens, too?
Right there with you. Love the mountains but hate the traffic more.Welcome!
Left Commiefornia (San Bernardino) in '92 after leaving the service.
Kinda miss going from the mountains to the beach within a couple hours.
Don't miss the higher prices, traffic, or over abundance of humanity tho.
I've always thought they're magnificent creatures so years ago I read all I could about them. I discovered they have an immense fondness for roasted peanuts, particularly in the shell, as they like to fiddle with them, getting them open. They're whip smart and, like us and many other creatures, they have a distinct social structure within their groups. I've been feeding this bunch for several years. They see me as the two legged who can change his feathers but can't fly.Tell us more about this Raven Feeding Hobby?