Crow Attack Tracker
Crows are aggressive during the spring as they protect the fledgling crows.
Click on the map where you have had a crow attack and mark the spot for others!
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CrowTrax has received a lot of attention in the media. Below are links to interviews that we have done on CrowTrax.
|Wall Street Journal||July 15, 2019|
|The Times (London)||July 7, 2019|
|The Courier||June 6, 2019|
|CBC||June 4, 2018|
|CKWX||May 4, 2018|
|CTV||May 4, 2018|
|CKNW||May 1, 2018|
|Global National News||June 21, 2017|
|Vancouver Courier||June 21, 2017|
|CTV News||June 2, 2017|
|Global News||June 1, 2017|
|Weather Network||May 31, 2017|
|URISA Conference||Dec 6, 2016|
|CBC News||April 28, 2016|
|CTV News||April 28, 2016|
|Global News||April 29, 2016|
|CBC News||May 4, 2016|
|CBC - On the Coast||May 5, 2016|
|Motherboard||June 3, 2016|
|Canadian Geographic||June 21, 2016|
Canuck the crow is a fine-feathered friend that has become famous (er,infamous?) in Vancouver circles for his friendly (er, questionable?) behaviour. Canuck is recognizable by the orange band on his left leg.
If you see Canuck the Crow and want to report his whereabouts, please check "Was it Canuck the Crow?" in the report window.