After Spotting A Crow Stuck In His Fence, This Kind Soul Got The Best Surprise

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Helping an animal in need is easy when it’s lovable and fluffy. (I assume that’s since old-timey firefighters had such a thing for saving cats in trees.) Rescuing a singular animal, though, could be a opposite story for many people.

Thankfully, when this Imgur user detected a bluster stranded in his fence, he didn’t demur to assistance a male out.

He named a stranded bird Russell Crow (because, of course).

He named a stranded bird Russell Crow (because, of course).

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Alive and finally free! (But, admittedly, a small shook up.)

Alive and finally free! (But, admittedly, a small shook up.)

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It looks like this crow’s in trouble, though he only indispensable a small rest outside.

It looks like this crow's in trouble, though he only indispensable a small rest outside.

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All better!

All better!

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Then, OP pronounced goodbye to his small swift friend…

Then, OP pronounced goodbye to his small swift friend...

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Or so he thought.

A small while after a rescue, crows kept visiting his yard (presumably alongside Russell).

A small while after a rescue, crows kept visiting his yard (presumably alongside Russell).

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(A murder is a organisation of crows.)

The bird could have remembered a yard of a kind male who saved his life (and he knew it was protected there), so he brought his friends along. It’s wholly possible, too. Crows are distant some-more intelligent than many people give them credit for. In fact, they might be intelligent adequate to understand analogies.

It’s impressive. It’s scary. It’s frightful impressive.