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#3099239 - Tue Aug 20 2013 09:15 PM White Crow
Bluesberry Offline
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Registered: Sun Jan 25 2004
Posts: 904
Loc: Beaver County
Has anyone ever seen a White Crow??

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#3099264 - Tue Aug 20 2013 09:33 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
Moss Offline
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Loc: In The Mountains
No
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#3099273 - Tue Aug 20 2013 09:40 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
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Registered: Sun Jan 27 2008
Posts: 1190
Loc: Lebanon, PA
Yes but I heard she was kidnapped as a child.

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#3099324 - Tue Aug 20 2013 10:25 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
springfreak Online   content
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Registered: Thu Apr 03 2008
Posts: 4063
Loc: NW PA
Did you say white cow? smirk

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#3099327 - Tue Aug 20 2013 10:27 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
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Loc: Lawrence County
whistle Only at the beach! whistle

Actually no......although I think they had some pics on Crowbuster website...
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#3099344 - Tue Aug 20 2013 10:51 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
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Loc: Beaver County
I knew these answers would surface..

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#3099345 - Tue Aug 20 2013 10:52 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
MonsterBuck7 Offline
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Registered: Sun Sep 27 2009
Posts: 1148
Loc: Northeast PA
Yep, I saw one a few years ago, as i was getting on the turnpike I seen 1 with some other black crows right along the highway. Tried to pull over and get a pic, but it was too dangerous. Only one I ever saw.

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#3099349 - Tue Aug 20 2013 10:57 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
Buckshot1822 Offline
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Registered: Mon Oct 18 2004
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Loc: Clearfield County (2g)
A member of this site shot this one, and has it mounted....

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#3099352 - Tue Aug 20 2013 10:58 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
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Loc: 1A
A few years back friends of mine seen one at Morraine State Park

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#3099938 - Wed Aug 21 2013 07:02 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
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Loc: NW Pa
mallardsx2 shot one a few years back and has it mounted.
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#3099946 - Wed Aug 21 2013 07:19 PM Re: White Crow [Re: tntelkhntr]
Jack51 Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 23 2007
Posts: 18
Loc: Danville
I saw one two years in a row several times each year in relatively the same area. I haven't seen it the passed year or two. It was more a white cream color vs. a bright white like an albino would appear. Very similar to the one mounted in a previous post. The sighting I had were in Northumberland county.

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#3099958 - Wed Aug 21 2013 07:37 PM Re: White Crow [Re: tntelkhntr]
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Loc: Clearfield County (2g)
Originally Posted By: tntelkhntr
mallardsx2 shot one a few years back and has it mounted.


The picture I posted is his....
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#3099992 - Wed Aug 21 2013 08:22 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
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Registered: Mon Jun 18 2012
Posts: 633
Loc: Lancaster Co. Pa.
I've never seen a completely white crow, but I have seen them with some white markings on them. My buddy told me that it was from other crows pooping on them when they were flying in a big flock. How much truth there is to this I don't know. Just saying what I was told as a kid!!

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#3100427 - Thu Aug 22 2013 12:15 PM Re: White Crow [Re: SP Boss]
Moss Offline
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Loc: In The Mountains
Originally Posted By: SP Boss
I've never seen a completely white crow, but I have seen them with some white markings on them. My buddy told me that it was from other crows pooping on them when they were flying in a big flock. How much truth there is to this I don't know. Just saying what I was told as a kid!!


I think he was pulling your leg lol wave
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#3100457 - Thu Aug 22 2013 12:54 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
BlackBruin Offline
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Loc: Lycoming County
Member of our camp shot one, when he passed he left the mount to another member, shot iin the early 80's
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#3100829 - Thu Aug 22 2013 09:20 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
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Loc: PA
If my house ever catches on fire....my family and my white crow will be the first things I save......Everything else is replaceable...
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#3100903 - Thu Aug 22 2013 10:53 PM Re: White Crow [Re: SP Boss]
Buckshot1822 Offline
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Registered: Mon Oct 18 2004
Posts: 4979
Loc: Clearfield County (2g)
Originally Posted By: SP Boss
I've never seen a completely white crow, but I have seen them with some white markings on them. My buddy told me that it was from other crows pooping on them when they were flying in a big flock. How much truth there is to this I don't know. Just saying what I was told as a kid!!


A lot of them that you kill have other crow's droppings on them.......that happens in large roosts where birds are roosting on top of one another in the trees........if you shoot some with droppings on them, then you know there is a large roost area nearby that the birds came from...
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#3101771 - Sat Aug 24 2013 09:21 AM Re: White Crow [Re: Bluesberry]
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Registered: Sat Dec 22 2001
Posts: 3151
Loc: PA
You ever been pooped on by a crow buckshot?
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#3102032 - Sat Aug 24 2013 08:59 PM Re: White Crow [Re: Buckshot1822]
Honkers51 Offline
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Loc: Hunting in Pa&Nj 5C& 5D
Originally Posted By: Buckshot1822
A member of this site shot this one, and has it mounted....


Sweet....
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