“If men had wings and bore black feathers, few of them would be clever enough to be crows.” – Henry Ward Beecher
The Corvus genus Corvidae family is cunning and adaptive. Crows are found nearly everywhere on the earth in all kinds of habitats. The Aesop’s Fables tale, “The Crow and the Pitcher” reminds us to be inventive in solving problems.
In Native American mythology the crow or raven is often portrayed as a trickster and reminds us to have fun while we adapt to life and change.