PUT ON A BRAVE FRONT
Animals that live in the city are often called urban wildlife. They have to be a lot bolder than animals that live in the country. They’re certainly not afraid to shout out “mine!” when it comes to territory. Song sparrows, for example, are more likely to be territorial and aggressive to people than their country cousins.
This goes for crows too. Crows are not afraid to stick up for themselves. They’re able to remember the faces of humans who’ve been a threat to them in the past and will attack those humans if they need to. They’ll gather up their family and even complete strangers to swoop in for the attack. Don’t mess with birds!