Category: Case of the Week

CROW Case of the Week: Don’t Feed The Pelicans

November 3, 2022

Brown pelicans (Pelecanus occidentalis) can often be seen foraging for fish by plunging their oversized bills in shallow waters or looking for handouts around fishing piers and fishing boats. Anglers […]

CROW Case of the Week: Baby Bird Season

November 3, 2022

During springtime, the air is filled with the sounds of life, including many songbird species courting each other, and hungry baby birds in the nest. These newborns are delicate little […]

CROW Case of the Week: Animal Ambassadors

November 3, 2022

Biscuit, the gopher tortoise is CROW’s latest animal ambassador photo by Brian Bohlman Who do you think would make a great representative or promoter of your business? At CROW, that […]

CROW Case of the Week: Yellow Throated Warbler

September 21, 2022

The yellowthroated warbler (Setophaga dominica) is a colorful creature with a bright yellow throat, a black face mask, a white eyebrow and white underparts with black streaking. In summer, male […]