Loki showed up at a wildlife rehabilitation Center during his first year. It was found that he preferred the company of his human caretakers to that of fellow crows. This deemed him imprinted and non-releasable to the wild.
Hatch Year: 2010
Weight: ¾ – 1 ½ pounds
Wingspan: 33-40 inches
Lifespan in the Wild: 10 years
Lifespan in Captivity: 15-17 years
Fun Fact: Corvids are incredibly intelligent, and Loki puts his brain to good use! He can paint, recycle, and even solve puzzles.
About my Species: American Crows are one of the most intelligent animals found in nature and are highly social. They tend to live in family groups that congregate in winter to stay warm. In order to survive the cold temperatures of Wisconsin, they cache their food underground and dig it back up when prey is scarce.