the crow is a very intellegent bird for sure . they can see as well as turkeys . and they have a way of comunicating to one another that lets the gang come over and get into the action .
on those turkey hunting days , when nothing is happening , i'll use my crow calls [ two different sounding calls ] to actually work on the crows . get them all stirred up and making one heck of a bunch of noise ,,,,sometimes it'll get ol' tom to give out a gobble . but in my opinion, this should be done with a hunting partner . send the pard off 100 yards or so . if the crows do come , and they get all worked up , it will be loud ,,,,too loud to hear a gobbler if he sounds off . by putting the non-calling man or woman away from the noise will be beneficial to hearing .